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Frederick Douglass supported women’s suffrage throughout his life. The only African American to attend the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention, he was one of 32 men to sign the Declaration of Sentiments there. #ArchivesGetsTheVote 

Beyoncé's Black is King is a breathtaking celebration of Black empowerment | frederick'>Candice Frederick

9:10p: Multiple warnings covering parts of Loudoun, Frederick & western Montgomery counties. Yellow = Severe T’storm Warning Green = Flash Flood Warning All in effect til 9:45pm. Watch out for heavy rain, lightning and strong winds in these areas. Never cross a flooded road.

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9:35p: Frederick you’re back into the heavy rain. No Flash Flood Warning there as of now, but flooding could quickly become a concern if this cell lingers.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Frederick County in MD until 9:45pm.

7:50p: Leesburg and Frederick both getting doused, but both storms starting to slowly drift north away from those areas.

Frederick Banting said, “Insulin does not belong to me. It belongs to the world.“ So why are people dying because they can't afford insulin in the US? Take a look at our post

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Beyoncé's Black is King is a breathtaking celebration of Black empowerment | frederick'>Candice Frederick

Beyoncé's Black is King is a breathtaking celebration of Black empowerment | frederick'>Candice Frederick

frederick'>Judy Frederick said that despite the incident, "I don't believe that we are as divided as we think we are."

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Frederick Douglass had to resist white abolitionists who were afraid his clarity of speech would harm the movement. They actually encouraged him since he was a former slave to “act and talk like a slave” to garner sympathy. He refused.

Statue of Frederick Douglass Torn Down in Rochester via . This shows that thes @BreitbartNews  anarchists have no bounds!

A statue of Frederick Douglass was ripped from its base in Rochester, New York, on the anniversary of his famous speech “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July." The statue was found in a gorge about 50 feet away, with damage to the base and a finger.

Frederick Douglass escaped slavery when he was 19 and became an advisor to President Lincoln. He had every reason to hate, but instead, he dedicated his life to promoting the promise of America. Today mobs tore down a statue of him. They have no shame.

“What have I, or those I represent, to do with your national independence? This Fourth of July is yours, not mine…There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of these United States at this very hour.” - Frederick Douglass

Disgusting! We should all realize this movement is about promoting Marxism not stopping racism. They’re not going to stop folks. Frederick Douglass statue vandalized on anniversary of July 4 speech

OMG, Fred Smith spanking the New York Times like a little child. I look forward to watching the debate between Mr. Smith and Mr. Sulzberger. I have a feeling Fred knows a lot more about all things business. Statement from Frederick W. Smith, CEO of FedEx

“Until Haiti spoke… no Christian nation had abolished slavery. Until she spoke… the slave trade was sanctioned by all the Christian nations of the world... Until Haiti spoke, the church was silent and the pulpit dumb.” - Frederick Douglass, 1893 re: The Haitian Revolution

You quote a mighty and historic speech by the great abolitionist Frederick Douglass, but, without context, many modern readers will misunderstand. Two critical points:

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