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Great Speeches by African Americans: Frederick Douglass (Dover Thrift Editions: Black History)

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"Great Speeches by African Americans: Frederick Douglass" (Dover Thrift Editions: Black History) is a profound anthology that serves as a testament to the enduring struggle for racial justice through the eloquence of its orators. Published on April 28, 2006, this collection captures pivotal moments in American history, as seen and experienced by some of the most influential African American leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr., whose speeches epitomize the fight for civil rights. Ideal for middle school readers, this book not only enriches their understanding of history but also connects them with the powerful words that shaped the civil rights movement. From Frederick Douglass’s incisive "What, to the Slave, Is the Fourth of July?" to Barack Obama's inspiring "Knox College Commencement Address," each speech offers a unique insight into the personal and collective quest for freedom and equality. This anthology encourages young readers to reflect on how the legacy of these speeches continues to influence the fight for racial justice today.
Published by Dover Publications on April 28, 2006
160 pages
ISBN: 9780486447612
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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