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Frederick Douglass was an orator who was not limited to the oppression of his own people but rather the oppressed as a whole.
After Douglass escaped the captivity of his enslavement, he did not hide in the shadows or live in fear of recapture but instead went on to speak at suffrage conferences, publish his abolitionist newspaper and live his life to the fullest.
Douglass became a consultant to none other than President Abraham Lincoln and helped to convince him that colored folks should be allowed to fight in the war and get paid and treated the same as whites and that the goal of war should be clear; The end of slavery.
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