Vandals Tore Down Statue Of Escaped Slave and Abolitionist Fredrick Douglas

by AmericasKeepersAdmin on July 06, 2020

In Rochester NY several unknown suspects tore down the Frederick Douglas statue that has been placed at Maplewood Park, a site of the Underground Railroad.

Frederick Douglas was an abolitionist who escaped through the Underground Railroad and helped other slaves escape through there as well.

The statue had been placed in 2018 which was the 200th anniversary of Douglas’ birth.

“It’s particularly painful that it happened at this time … It’s really sad because here in Rochester the statue of Frederick Douglass has always been a face of good.”
– Carvin Eison

The statue will be replaced. This is just one of many statues across the country that has been taken down over the past several weeks.

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