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... Frederick Douglas Frederick Douglas Born in the year 1818, Fredrick Douglass, was one of the most renowned African American leaders of the 19th century. Douglass was a dedicated and passionate editor, presidential advisor and bestselling author who crusaded immensely for human rights. Douglass, who was a voice for social justice, was a prominent abolitionist of his time who resiliently advocated for women’s suffrage. Douglass was born as Fredrick Augustus Washington Bailey to a white father and an African slave mother. Douglass grew up in slavery in Tuckahoe in Maryland. At the age of only a few weeks, Douglass separated from his mother and was ultimately raised by his grandparents. However, at the...