From an early age Frederick Douglass knew that reading was his key to success. This 20-30 minute program works with students to discover why reading was so powerful for Douglass as a slave and then as an abolitionist. A Park Ranger leads students through Frederick Douglass’ life, emphasizing the importance of literacy. Pictures, many of which are unique to Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, help illustrate the story
Program is Free!
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