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Independence Day celebrates freedom for most Americans, but how are Black Americans thinking about the day at a time of nationwide protests for racial equality? Some prominent Black American commentators have been taking to social media to promote the famous the anti-slavery speech “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July,” by Frederick Douglass. Douglass was a former slave who escaped and later became a national leader of the abolitionist movement and confidant of President Abraham Lincoln. Lewis Vaughan Jones spoke to Dr Rashawn Ray at the Brookings Institution. Much of his research focuses on race and social activism and he began by asking him to share with an important passage from that anti-slavery speech

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