Frederick Douglass and Identity: Resurrection to the Heaven of Freedom
In this lesson, students will examine events in the life of Frederick Douglass, studying a turning point when he determined not to remain a slave.
Every individual is equal to every other person in regards to natural rights and treatment before the law.
Except where authorized by citizens through the Constitution, the government does not have the authority to limit freedom.
The idea that only a knowledgeable and virtuous citizenry can sustain liberty.