Rhetoric of Redemption: Works and Inspirations of Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass, an American writer, social reformer, and orator, was one of the most influential and revered leaders of the abolitionist movement in the 19th century. He wrote three autobiographies that detailed the harrowing experiences of his enslavement in Maryland and his subsequent escape to freedom. Douglass supported women's suffrage and the rights of freed slaves after the Civil War. His words stand as a testament to Black Americans' fight for equality and justice.
Olivia M. Olafsson