The Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Curriculum

History, Human Rights and the Power of One

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The Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Curriculum is part of Frederick Douglass Family Initiative’s, One Million Abolitionists project. The curriculum uses the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave and key excerpts from the Narrative as a basis for many of the K-16 lessons. It was created in partnership with The Great Books Foundation and a number of educators.

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