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8:54 am
Wed February 22, 2012

Abolitionist Frederick Douglass Celebrated in One Man Show

       Abolitionist and civil rights leader Frederick Douglass had the honor of being the first African American to receive votes at a national convention of a major party for president.  Story teller and actor Bill Grimmette brings to life this historic figure in a one man show. During an appearance at Salisbury University he talked with Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush about Douglass's journey from slave to adviser of Presidents.