Frederick Douglass

Mural on the international wall, Divis St, to Frederick Douglass (WP).

To the left of the Guernica mural.

(small image)
Copyright © 2009 Extramural Activity
text: X00297 1818-1895 inspired by two irishmen to escape from slavery came to ireland during the famine. henceforth he championed the abolition of slavery, women’s rights and irish freedom. perhaps no class has carried prejudice against colour to a point more dangerous than have the irish and yet no people have been more relentlessly oppressed on account of race and religion

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