Black / Frederick / Slave Fourth July

Amidst the national uprising for racial justice, ’Hamilton’ star @DaveedDiggs  and a collective of Black artists created this evocative video inspired by Frederick Douglass’ ‘What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?’

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