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Dive into the inspiring narrative of "Frederick Douglass," a book that not only recounts the life of one of America's most powerful voices for racial justice but also serves as a crucial piece of the cultural heritage that shapes our understanding of civil rights. Published on October 27, 2022, this book is a testament to the enduring legacy of Frederick Douglass, whose relentless fight against slavery and inequality laid the groundwork for the civil rights movements that followed. Middle-school students will find this work particularly enlightening as it provides a profound historical context and encourages reflection on the progress and ongoing struggles in racial justice. Through Douglass’s stirring experiences and steadfast activism, readers are invited to explore themes of resilience, freedom, and the power of voice in shaping society. Engage with this pivotal historical figure’s journey and be inspired to think critically about how his life’s work continues to resonate in today's fight for justice and equality.
Published by Legare Street Press on October 27, 2022
374 pages
ISBN: 9781016515412
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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