What did Frederick Douglass do that was so important for black history?I just ne ...

What did Frederick Douglass do that was so important for black history?I just need to know basic outline of him and his life. And how he contribute to black history.

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Frederick Douglass was an American writer, speaker, and abolitionist, whose primary goal in life was to protect the rights of the black people living in the United States in the 19th century. Born in 1818 as a slave, in the age of 20 he escaped to the North, where he started his anti-slavery activity, In 1847 he started the newspaper called "The North Star," which became one of the most influential periodicals of the abolitionist movement. Douglass was also known to protect the rights of women. His detailed story can be found in the book "A Narrative of The Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave," which is an autobiography, first published in 1881, and then revised in 1892.

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