Inspired by the frock coats Frederick Douglass could be seen wearing in the 1840s, this coat kindles equality in the modern man. Many are familiar with Frederick’s fight for racial equality, but he also fought for women’s rights.
As the only African American to attend the Seneca Falls Convention, Frederick stood up and spoke eloquently in favor of women’s suffrage. After his stirring speech, attendees passed the resolution. Frederick knew that as he proclaimed dignity for African Americans, women were also justly entitled to all the liberties America claimed for men. Frederick believed in equality and showed it through his actions.
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