PACE Cartoon #1

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  • As Douglass is speaking out about how they have their speech limited.
  • "A feeling has crept over me, quite unfavorable to the exercise of my limited powers of speech."
  • In this I was trying to literally show how Douglass was explaining how the place he was speaking was not that far from the plantations.
  • "The fact is, ladies and gentlemen, the distance between this platform and the slave plantation, from which I escaped, is considerable — and the difficulties to be overcome in getting from the latter to the former, are by no means slight."
  • This image is literally trying to show a birthday party celebrating the birthday of America and our Independence.
  • "It is the birthday of your National Independence, and of your political freedom."
  • Douglass is trying to explain how America is a young country compared to other country's which had thousands of years of history. In this image, the boy is representing young America and how it is still in it's childhood at this time.
  • "According to this fact, you are, even now, only in the beginning of your national career, still lingering in the period of childhood."
  • In this image the man and the woman are the American people and the crown represents the British. The crown is above them because during that time they were under British rule.
  • " The simple story of it is that, 76 years ago, the people of this country were British subjects. You were under the British Crown."
  • "Citizens, your fathers made good that resolution. They succeeded; and to-day you reap the fruits of their success. The freedom gained is yours; and you, therefore, may properly celebrate this anniversary."
  • This picture is literally trying to show how the people before us (fathers) succeeded in such a way that today we can enjoy the benefits from it (figuratively fruit).
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