Biography: Frederick Douglass
This episode of Biography chronicles the life of the former slave turned abolitionist leader. Using rare photographs, archival material, and extensive interviews with leading historians, this program follows Douglass from his childhood in slavery to his work on behalf of the freed slaves after the Civil War.
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60-minute runtime; two-year copyright clearance.
Feb 7 at 7:00AM ET/PT
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