Fredrick Douglas Speak On Democracy

This coming Monday from 6-8pm, join Frederick Douglass (Nathan M. Richardson, Living History Interpreter) for a conversation about the meaning of American Democracy in the words of the former slave turned writer, orator and abolitionist.
Hear how Douglass escaped from slavery and became an American hero. Learn how his relationships with William Lloyd Garrison, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubman, Presidents Lincoln, Garfield and Grant significantly influenced the suffrage movement, the antebellum, the civil war and early reconstruction. Hear Mr. Douglass explain his evolving views on the U.S. Constitution and American Democracy.
We encourage you to bring your questions! *Appropriate for young audiences*