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You can walk in Douglass’ shoes

Thanks to his fourth-grade teacher, Thelma Jones, Walter Black knew that Frederick Douglass was born in Talbot County. Tuckahoe to be specific. You must be proud of that, she instructed. Born a slave, Douglass became an international leader of the abolitionist movement, a writer, an orator, an influential adviser to Abraham Lincoln and a champion of women’s ...

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