Frederick Douglass Speech July 5, 1852: What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?
Okay, so this is long and dense, but worth the read. I, being a dork and alone in the office, read it out loud. With each word, you can feel his passion and conviction. It’s pretty amazing, and, unfortunately, sad that it took until I was 26 years old to experience it.
Also, I couldn’t help but draw parallels to the current plight of the LGBT community. Things change, and yet they remain the same.
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