“If There Is No Struggle, There Is No Progress”

Frederick Douglass, an advocate for justice, who brought a sense of equality for all. He was a slave who became a free man, and lead the charge of abolitionism and liberation. Douglass’ 1852 speech in Rochester, NY brought a sense of reality. Dr. Walter Milton Jr. sets the stage for the story of Frederick Douglass, a prominent activist, author, and public speaker.