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Teach your students about the Civil Rights activist, Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass fought for the rights of black soldiers during the civil war. He contacted President Abraham Lincoln and the U.S. Congress as an advocate for equal pay and treatment of black soldiers fighting in the war.
This unit is all about how Frederick Douglass fought for equality for all. He is a true African-American icon. This Frederick Douglass unit is excellent to use during Black History Month in February or any other time of the year!
The following resources are included in this product:
Biography, Graphic Organizer, Writing Prompt, Word Search, and What I Learned
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