Frederick Douglass & Rethinking the Fourth

Published Jul 4, 2016 in Justice ~ Approx 4 mins

Frederick Douglass gave his famous Fourth of July speech a day late, on July 5, 1852.  The majesty of his oratory matched the solemnity of the occasion: It is the birthday of your National Independence, and of your political freedom. This, to you, is what the Passover was to the emancipated people of God. It carries your […]