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To make sense of history we often turn to books to help illustrate life in the past. But today we talk with someone who brings history alive by taking it to the streets — of Baltimore.
Historian and author John Muller gives us a preview of his walking tour: The Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass.
He believes the well-worn stories of the abolitionist’s loftier accomplishments don’t portray the true scope of the man he was.
TUNE IN: 9:30 AM @ Friday, December 4, 2020 -> WYPR (88.1 FM) “On the Record” features Douglassonian John Muller to discuss Frederick (Bailey) Douglass Walking Tour in Baltimore
Thank you to WYPR and “On The Record” for taking time to speak about the upcoming walking tours of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore, Sunday, December 13, 2020.
Interview will air Friday, December 4, 2020 at 9:30 AM (EST) on WYPR, 88.1 FM, out of Baltimore City.
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This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Fredrick Douglass. John Muller, author of Fredrick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia, talks with Don Rush about Douglass’ life.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Fredrick Douglass. Local Eastern Shore historian Linda Duyer taks with Don Rush about Douglass’ life.
Radio Interview on WHCP @ 11am, Thursday, September 13 to discuss “Lost History: Frederick Douglass in Cambridge, MD”
The good folks of Dorchester County, Maryland are embracing their lost history.
In advance of the planned announcement for the evening of Friday, September 21 I’ll be speaking on WHCP radio at 11:00 AM on Thursday, September 13 to discuss the unknown visits of Marshal Dr. Frederick Douglass to Cambridge.
If you’re on the Shore tune into 101.5 FM.
If anywhere else in the world please tune in online at https://www.whcp.org/
Dr. Frederick (Bailey) Douglass & Kojo Nnamdi — “International Men of Consequence” [Transcript of interview w/ Dr. Ka’mal McClarin & John Muller on The Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU 88.5 FM, July 3, 2018]
Kojo Nnamdi Show features “Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist Icon And Man Of Washington” [July 3, 2018, 12pm _ 88.5 WAMU]
This year marks the bicentennial of the birth of Frederick Douglass in the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Although he was internationally known for his work as an abolitionist, writer, suffragist, orator, and statesman, in his later years he was deeply involved in the politics and culture of local Washington, where he lived in an Anacostia mansion. We take a look at the time Douglass spent in Washington, hear how residents are celebrating the bicentennial of his birth and, in the lead up to Independence Day, remember one of his most famous speeches, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”
- Ka’mal McClarin Museum Curator, Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, NPS
- John Muller Author of Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia