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June 19, 2013 4:57 PM

5 religious facts you might not know about Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass, whose seven-foot bronze statue was unveiled June 19 at the U.S. Capitol, is known as the father of the civil rights movement. But the 19th-century abolitionist and former slave was also a licensed preacher.

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