"If there is no struggle, there is no progress."
About Frederick Douglass
- After escaping slavery on September 3rd, 1838, Frederick Douglass became a writer and a public speaker about slavery.
- Douglass spoke out about slavery and the rights of women.
- Attended the Seneca Falls conference in 1848.
- Made one of his most famous speeches on: July 4, 1852 in his adopted home town of Rochester, N.Y., Douglass took this opportunity to rage at the injustice of slavery
Frederick Douglass Statue
This statue is located at 110th street and 8th avenue in Manhattan.
Frederick Douglass Portrait.
Frederick Douglass's Belief