Fourth of July: James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass Speech

Legendary thespian James Earl Jones reads Frederick Douglass’ historic speech critiquing Fourth of July.
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Democracy Now‘s Amy Goodman talks Frederick Douglass’ July 5, 1852 address to the Rochester Ladies Antislavery Society entitled, ” “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.” Watch legendary thespian James Earl Jones read Douglass’ historic speech which reflects the challenges surrounding the issue of race still facing America.

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