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Oct 13, 2022

[Answer] 1. What well-known African-American orator, writer and social reformer said "... knowledge is the pathway from slavery to freedom"?

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...1. Frederick Douglass 2. Dorothea Dix 3. William Bailey 4. Sara Douglass Frederick Douglass was born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey into slavery about February, 1818, in eastern Maryland. (He chose his own birthdate since it was unknown.) As was the manner of the times, he was separated from his mother as an infant and raised until about age 6 by his grandmother. At that time he was given to the "master" and later sent to Baltimore to live with the owner's brother, Hugh Auld. While there, Mrs. Ault started to teach him how to read but had to stop because her husband explained it was illegal to teach slaves how to read. By trading food for lessons, Frederick learned how to read from the neighbor boys. He also watched the writing of the men with whom he worked. After being the property of several men, he finally made a successful escape to an abolitionist household in New York, sending for his young wife after his arrival there. In due course, he became a lecturer for an anti-slavery society which led him into public speaking and writing. He wrote three autobiographies, alone, along with publishing his own newspaper. In 1848 he also participated in the first women's rights convention. He was internationally known as an abolitionist, a believer of equal opportunity and justice, and a staunch defender of women's rights. Douglass was an advisor to President Lincoln, a US Marshal for the District of Columbia, Washington, DC, recorder of deeds, and Minister-General to the Republic of Haiti. He traveled widely across the world and was applauded wherever he went for his writings, speeches and teachings.




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Frederick Douglass:


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