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The lecture will probe the thought and activism of Frederick Douglass as both a moral influencer and political abolitionist, concentrating on his evolving views of the Constitution—from an early view that our founding charter was hopelessly complicit with slavery to his eventual embrace of an absolute antislavery interpretation. This event is hosted in partnership with […]Find out more about 2022 Jorde Symposium – Frederick Douglass and the Two Constitutions: Proslavery and Antislavery
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