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“The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro”: Frederick Douglass at the Massachusetts State House

July 2, 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. Join together with your neighbors, coworkers, and classmates to read this powerful speech aloud.

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Time: 12:00 pm

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Massachusetts State House
Boston Common at State House/Shaw-MA 54th Memorial
Boston, MA
United States