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“The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro”: A Communal Reading of a lecture by Frederick Douglass

July 3, 2012

One person comes with a poster; another, a mike and a stack of speeches. Soon people line up to take turns reading paragraphs from Frederick Douglass’ most famous speech and the square is filled with people reading along.

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Time: 6:00 pm

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