This February, one of the most notable African-American Statesman and Abolitionists, Frederick Douglass, will be honored for the bicentennial of his birth.
Douglass, born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, was an author, scholar, humanitarian, and entrepreneur who served five United States presidents.
While many remember Douglass as a fiery speaker who denounced slavery and advocated for the civil rights of blacks and women, most are less aware of Douglass's commitment to faith and family.
Come join Dean Nelson and Colin Hanna as they highlight the life of Douglass as a Christian minister, husband and father, and explores how his legacy can be an example for Christian citizenship today.
Reverend Dean Nelson is the Chairman of the Board for the Frederick Douglass Foundation and the Senior Fellow of African-American Affairs at Family Research Council. Colin A. Hanna is President of Let Freedom Ring, a public policy non-profit promoting Constitutional government, economic freedom and traditional values. Their newest project is a full-length film: Mr. Douglass -- An American Narrative. Expected release date is 2019.
Join us in person or by Live Webcast for this lecture event. Advance registration required for both.
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