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If I Survive The Frederick Douglass Family’s Struggle for Liberty

September 05, 2018

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Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
830 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
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Overview

While there have been many public Frederick Douglasses – the abolitionist, the statesman, the orator, the editor, the politician – it is now time to trace the many private lives of Douglass as a family man. Sharing untold stories, this talk traces the activism, artistry and authorship of Frederick Douglass not in isolation but alongside the sufferings and struggles for survival of his daughters and sons. Working with unpublished writings, letters and speeches and photographs, we learn that the fight for freedom

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  • Black History
  • History
  • Multicultural
  • Sites & Attractions
  • Special Events
  • Family-friendly
  • Inner Harbor
  • Jonestown

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Event Category
  • Black History
  • History
  • Multicultural
  • Sites & Attractions
  • Special Events
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General Information
  • Family-friendly
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Neighborhood
  • Inner Harbor
  • Jonestown
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