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Description of Pictures: February 28, 2023 The Life and Legacy of Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist, Advocate, and Statesman
Co-hosted by The Douglass Leadership Institute
We're looking back at the life and legacy of one of the most renowned Black Americans, Frederick Douglass. Kean Collection / Getty Images
* Lucas Morel, John K. Boardman, Jr. Professor and Head of Politics Department, Washington and Lee University
* Bishop Dean Nelson, Founder, The Douglass Leadership Institute
* Andrew Olivastro, Vice President, Outreach
In recognition of Black History Month, The Heritage Foundation and The Douglass Leadership Institute are looking back at the life and legacy of one of the most renowned Black Americans, Frederick Douglass. After escaping slavery, Douglass fought tirelessly for emancipation and equal citizenship. His legacy is one to be celebrated and remembered.
Join us for a discussion on how Douglass’ life has shaped America and where work towards racial equality remains as we bring together distinguished national leaders who are making noble contributions to preserving our great republic for which Douglass and others have fought.
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MOREL_230228_022.JPG: Andrew Olivastro
MOREL_230228_059.JPG: Bishop Dean Nelson
MOREL_230228_110.JPG: Lucas Morel
MOREL_230228_129.JPG: Lucas Morel
MOREL_230228_474.JPG: Bishop Dean Nelson, Lucas Morel
MOREL_230228_806.JPG: James Swanson (left)
MOREL_230228_846.JPG: Lucas Morel, James Swanson
MOREL_230228_869.JPG: Bishop Dean Nelson, Lucas Morel, James Swanson
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