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Frederick Douglass and The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Access to education is a fundamental right It is what contributes to our ability to sustain communities cities and countries During the pre-civil war period the right to an education was restricted to only white people This meant white society could enjoy and reap the benefit of an education while others like Frederick Douglass were forced to endure a life of slavery It was not only culturally acceptable for blacks to be forced into hard back-breaking work but this was all they knew growing up in a life of slavery The life of bondage into which Douglass was born taught nothing to him other than of slaverys brutality and ruthlessness towards human beings Uneducated he remained ignorant to his surroundings After Frederick was born he worked for Captain Aaron Anthony A cruel man who worked his slaves on the plantation hard and treated them like animals A good example of this was the fact that along with the de-humanizing conditions slaves faced they were also forced to eat their cornmeal mush from a trough Animals and slaves were treated in similar ways In the mindset shared by the majority of white people it was culturally acceptable to own beat starve and deprive a black slave of their individuality
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