Spoke out against slavery

Frederick Douglass and Anna Murray-Douglas moved to Rhode Island where he met people who spoke out against slavery. They called themselves abolitionists because the wanted to abolish slavery. He joined them and discovered he had a powerful voice and moving words that inspired people. He traveled all over North America speaking for freedom and justice and the end of slavery.

Read about more how he became an abolitionist here.

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