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Carly Mehta SSCI 306 Ellen Howell 01/27/2011 Frederick Douglas Essay To be a slave and have no freedom is devastating to a thinking and learning mind. For Frederick Douglas to be able to have a start at reading and writing and have it pulled away did not break his spirit. He made his own ways to learn and he accomplished his goals. His goals were like very few like him as a black man wanting to escape the bonds of slavery. Knowing that he could be free and making that possible was a dream and goal he had which in the end he strived and completed. Freedom to express ones self through language and writing is what I have in present day. His struggles inspire me to appreciate my rights here at school, to make more of myself, and to be thankful of my goals to keep going like him. Finding my voice in the higher education system is expected and cultivated and I appreciate this force. Not many countries expect their people to have an opinion other then their own, so giving a chance to everyone now is priceless. Every class in some way
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