What was Frederick Douglass' role in the abolition movement?
Douglass wrote essays in abolition newspapers and was an influential speaker against slavery.
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Federick wanted to free from slavery and have equality with blcks and white.
Frederick Douglass became a leader in 1968.He was one of the most brave men.
he was a solider for the union
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he was ambassador to Haiti.
Frederick Douglass was an active reformer in some of the mostimportant movements of the 19th Century. He was, first andforemost, an abolitionist leader. Later he became active… in thewomen's suffrage movement.
Because he showed how African Americans can do anything a white person can do and we have rights, we are people too and we can do something and become who we want to become!
he told stories about the difficulties of his life as a slave
He wrote many letters, speeches, etc., and spoke out frequently against slavery.
he was abolitionist writer and leader
why did Frederick Douglass get involved in the abolitionist