Frederick Douglass was an intellectual giant whose oratory gift helped dispel the vicious myth that African Americans were inferior to whites, wrote ceaselessly against the evils of slavery, changing hearts and minds in the process. President Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, who dared to stand on principle and against slavery, even at the peril of of a nation being ripped apart at the seams, eventually abolishing slavery.
Two American giants who led a nation divided and should be remembered today as America is more divided than ever. Who will be the Next Douglass or the next Lincoln? That's up to you...
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