Honoring America’s Slave Heroes

Do you agree that Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, William Wells Brown, Harriet Jacobs, Solomon Northup, Lt. Prince Witten, Henry Bibb, and other slave heroes, as well as other African-Americans, such as William Still and David Walker, contributed greatly to America’s growth as a nation at great risk to themselves? Would you support a national monument on the Washington Mall in celebration of emancipation and the significant contributions made by slaves and former slaves to America’s culture, society, economy, and government? At Stone Mountain in Georgia? On Monument Avenue in Richmond? Could you suggest other ways of honoring those heroes?

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