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Being Frederick Douglass: A Historical Figure Portrayal with John H. Anderson

Frederick Douglass Gymnasium 111 Olivia St, Key West, Florida

The Key West Art & Historical Society is presenting guest speaker John H. Anderson who will portray historical figure Frederick Douglass. In his portrayal, Anderson will first discuss the political and sociological impacts of the violent and unstable time period surrounding the Civil War and how African-Americans helped shape the nation we live in today. Donning historically accurate clothing, he performs as freed slave turned abolitionist and author Frederick Douglass.

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