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Nancy Carroll @whiteglass🔁 Frederick Douglass’s official birthday was 200 years ago today:
Darrion @DarrionLouis🔁 It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. - Frederick Douglass
Clint Smith @ClintSmithIII🔁Today is Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday, and while our collective memory tends to think of him largely as a man w twitter.com ho freed himself from slavery & became an abolitionist, he was also one of the most brilliant, poignant writers that our country has ever produced.
Cory Booker @CoryBooker🔁“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, & where any one class is made to feel twitter.com that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob, & degrade them, neither persons nor property is safe.”
– Frederick Douglass, born 200 years ago today.
COMMON @common🔁"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will" Frederick Douglass. Happy Birthday Mr. Doug twitter.com lass!
Cmdr Jonty H Campbell🦉 @CmdrJonty🔁A very happy 200th birthday to Frederick Douglass, who was born into slavery and overcame massive hardships to become one of the greatest advocates for liberty in the 19th century...
Neb @JSiddhartha🔁 Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control n.pr
Destiny Frost @destiny__rai🔁Tomorrow we will commemorate the 200th birthday of a great American, Frederick Douglass. 200 years ago, tomorrow, America was blessed by the birth of a man who, in his lifetime, through his intellect, personal courage & inspiration, transformed America into a more perfect Union.
Angela L Davis Henry @MrsALDHest2014🔁Read Frederick Douglass's letter in its entirety and learn more about it here: gilderlehrman.org
Larry W. Dodd @lwd7734🔁It was my honor today to recognize the 200th birthday of Maryland’s son, Frederick Douglass, with a wreath laying on his statue outside of the Talbot County Courthouse.
TheMissioBot @missiobot🔁: My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass, 1855. In his second autobiography, Douglass states, "in the name of the constitution and the bible...everything that serves to perpetuate slavery– the great sin and shame of America!"
Janice @ThatMrsMutchler🔁“The moral growth of a great nation requires reflection, as well as observation, to appreciate it.”
Happy Birthday to a wise American, Frederick Douglass!
Kat @WhyThursdayNext🔁Today is Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday, and while our collective memory tends to think of him largely as a man who freed himself from slavery & became an abolitionist, he was also one of the most brilliant, poignant writers that our country has ever produced.
NYC Office of M/WBEs @NYCMWBE🔁Visit the Harriet Tubman Memorial on W 122 street on St. Nicholas Ave and Frederick Douglass Blvd. Learn more about the award-winning sculpture and project:
EnglewoodReviewOfBks @ERBks🔁Lent, NT Wright, Frederick Douglass, Lauren Winner, Richard Foster [ERB Weekly Digest] aweber.com
IPS Transportation @IPSBuses🔁BUS 9069 has been replaced with BUS for Frederick Douglass #1h
☆ LEGGS™ ☆ @musik2yaears🔁"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will" Frederick Douglass. Happy Birthday Mr. Douglass!
Teresa Isaac @mayorisaac🔁Know Frederick Douglass and Elizabeth Cady Stanton? You should also know Frances E. W. Harper - Women’s Media Center womensmediacenter.com
Muku - first of his name @mookskywalker67🔁 "I prayed for twenty years but received no answer until I prayed with my legs."
~ Frederick Douglass
Bitebo Gogo @BiteboGogo🔁“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, & where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob, & degrade them, neither persons nor property is safe.”
– Frederick Douglass, born 200 years ago today.
Richard Falknor @highblueridge🔁Peter C. Myers:"Frederick Douglass Knew That Racial Identity Is No Antidote to Racial Injustice" D twitter.com ouglass:"In all this talk of race, the motive may be good, but the method is bad. It is an effort to cast out Satan by Beelzebub. …"
bfitzinAR @bfitzinAR🔁 Frederick Douglass and the ''rank undergrowth of treason'' (Re-published) dailykos.com
Origins @OriginsOSU🔁"Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is getting recognized more and more.” We kid. Born into slavery, he became an abolitionist and one of the most famous intellectuals of his time, even advising presidents.
Mixed Race Studies @mixed_race🔁Frederick Douglass’ 200th Birthday Invites Remembrance and Reflection smithsonianmag.com
India Lavoyce @ILavoyce🔁Today is the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglass. Browse portraits of the author, abolitionist, and statesman:
I'm Obviously Not Shelby Foote @booksandbbq🔁In today's discussion of Frederick Douglass's Narrative in literature class we talked about masculinity, violence, a twitter.com nd virtue, and the interrelationship of the three. It was fun.
NandiWalls @Walls2wallz🔁“If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground" Frederick Douglass
Ana @ampchabalgo🔁 Here’s Why Frederick Douglass was a Republican
UMD College of Ed @UMDCollegeofEd🔁"I am a Marylander, and love Maryland and her people." Frederick Douglass' 200th birthday is celebrated today & all year through 's initiative:
Marina Calculli @marinacalculli🔁Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control n.pr
Heidi Brandow @HeidiBrandow🔁"It is not light that we need, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake" Frederick Douglass
Jesse Benjamin @drjessebenjamin🔁I remember reading this passage from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass years ago & never thinking about slavery the same way again.
Man$a Mu$a @NaijaMane🔁 Frederick Douglass On How Slave Owners Used Food As A Weapon Of Control n.pr
MC Wright @MCW_Disruptor🔁“The American people have this to learn: that where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress them, neither person nor property is safe" Frederick Douglass
YaleMacMillan Center @YaleMacMillan🔁How the Right Co-Opts Frederick Douglass | The MacMillan Center fb.me
Brenden Whitted @WBHUAlum🔁Today we celebrate the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass: a black abolitionist, statesman, & member of the Board of Trustees (1871-1895); and those who've taught & learned within the sacred halls of dedicated on 4/30/1935. We celebrate 365.
Partners for Justice @PFJ_USA🔁Happy 200th Birthday to Frederick Douglass, a freedom fighter, radical, and towering figure in the struggle for justice in America. See how his words and life’s work resonate two centuries later.
BlackLivesMatter5280 @BLM5280🔁A year ago Trump described Frederick Douglass as "an example of somebody who's done an amazing job and is being... fb.me
Carol @casyr🔁 The Douglass Leadership Institute is celebrating the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass instagram.com
Thelma Kerry @ttunyi🔁Frederick Douglass was born 1818. He was an African-American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts and New York.
McKillop Library @McKillopLibrary🔁Because his birth was estimated for February and his mother Harriet Bailey called him her "little valentine", Frederick Douglass chose to celebrate Feb. 14th as his birthday. That makes today his 200th Birthday!
Carolyn @cstampeen🔁Frederick Douglass was the most photographed person of the 19th century. He believed that photographs were powerful instruments of moral and social influence. Douglass was born on this day 200 years ago.
guy a olsen @gaolsen9🔁"The method is bad" in "all this talk of race," Frederick Douglass said. dailysign.al You Need To Read This Because Frederick Do twitter.com uglas Had A Lot To Say About Race, Education, And Slavery. He Was Ahead Of His Time And He Was Right.
Global Weirding @GlobalWeirding🔁"I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong."
--- Frederick Douglass
Catherine Marie mara @cafmara76🔁Smart read: Charles Koch claims Frederick Douglass is a fellow libertarian - not so says brilliant historian David Blight
libertynews @alllibertynews🔁“Douglass was, first and foremost, an individualist,” says , author of a new book on Frederick Douglass.
Patsy West @Genie4Fun🔁Today is the birthday of social reformer Susan B. Anthony. Anthony not only fought for women's suffrage, but was also heavily involved in the anti-slavery movement. Her family's farm served as a meeting place for abolitionists such as Frederick Douglass.
Nick Wong @nwwong🔁No real mystery why Frederick Douglass long ago got into the libertarian pantheon: countless libertarians opened his books, thrilled to what he said, and agreed with almost every word.
Larry Pinkard @feelunevrythng🔁 It's easier to build strong children than repair broken men.
Elizabeth Karlsson @_Elizabeth_K🔁Happy Birthday, Mr. Douglass! Born into slavery, young Frederick never knew the date of his birth. As an adult, Frederick Douglass celebrated his birthday on Feb 14 to honor his mother who called him "her little Valentine."
Eddie Bradley @edwardbradleyy🔁A portrait thread of Frederick Douglass, the most photographed American of the 19th century, in honor of . The wisdom, the commitment, and the ferocity of a man who understood the power of imagery.
Museum of the Bible @museumofBible🔁: My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass, 1855. In his second autobiography, Douglass states, "in the name o twitter.com f the constitution and the bible...everything that serves to perpetuate slavery– the great sin and shame of America!"
Boston Globe North @MyGlobeNorth🔁The Medford High School and Medford Vocational Technical High School Parent-Teacher Organization will host “Screenage twitter.com rs,” a documentary about the impact of screen time on teenagers’ self esteem, social lives, and abilities to focus.
The Funkster @ElFunkster🔁"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." —Frederick Douglass, born 200 years ago today.
Yvonne Price @Price7Y🔁This year marks the 200th birthday of writer and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. See some of his early writings and learn more about his journey from .
Not Olivier 🇭🇹 @probablyolivier🔁“Until spoke… no Christian nation had abolished slavery. Until she spoke… the slave trade was sanctioned by all the Christian nations of the world... Until Haiti spoke, the church was silent and the pulpit dumb.”
- Frederick Douglass, 1893
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