Frederick Douglass Bicentennial: One Million Abolitionists
Posted by Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives on March 20, 2017
Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI) introduces a project called, One Million Abolitionists. To honor Douglass’s 200th birthday, FDFI will print one million hardcover copies of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave and give them to young people all across the country, then ask the readers to create service projects to address an urgent social justice issue present in their community.
» Learn more at http://www.fd2018.org/.
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