These impassioned 19th-century speeches, by four famous black Americans, vividly recreate the drama of the black experience in our history. Includes Frederick Douglass's appeal to the British people to examine their feelings about slavery and Booker T. Washington's plea for interracial cooperation. FRANCES MARIA STEWARD: O Ye Sons of Africa
HENRY HIGHLAND GARNET: Rather Die Freemen Than Live to Be Slaves
FREDERICK DOUGLASS: An Appeal to the British People
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON: Atlanta Exposition Address.
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