Feb. 17-Donald Dowridge portrayal of Frederick Douglass

This notice appeared in the Weekly Phoenix between February 11, 2020 and February 12, 2020.

February 11, 2020

Come celebrate Black History Month with a Donald Dowridge, Jr. portrayal of Frederick Douglass, a former slave and important voice for ending slavery in the United States. Douglass was a great speaker and prolific writer in the cause for freeing Black Americans from the bonds of slavery.

Donald Dowridge will present a powerful portrayal of this courageous man who risked his life to abolish slavery. You will learn a lot and be fascinated by Mr. Dowridge’s portrayal.

    • Date: Monday, Feb. 17
    • Time: 4:15-5:45 p.m.
    • Location: IST 1067/1068

Frederick Douglass – freedom from slavery, abolitionist, author, and statesman. Donald Dowridge, Jr. takes you on an adventure in the life and times of “Mr. Frederick Douglass”. The resemblance and delivery is remarkable.

For more information, contact Rick Maxey.