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Rev. Dr. Susan Newman Moore, July 2, 2017
Frederick Douglass was an outspoken and eloquent critic of the institution of slavery. On July 5, 1852, he delivered a speech before a large audience of New York abolitionists: “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” He attended Unitarian churches. While visiting President Lincoln he worshiped at the First Unitarian Church of Washington, DC – now All Souls Church, Unitarian. If he were alive, what message would he deliver to us on this Fourth of July?
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