Say What? Frederick Douglass on Righteous Indignation

Frederick Douglass c. 1855, and the first edition of his first newspaper The North Star, Dec 3 1847, public domain via the Library of Congress

‘We should be cautious how we indulge in the feelings of virtuous indignation. It is the handsome brother of anger and hatred’

~ Frederick Douglass, The North Star, Aug. 15, 1850

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One thought on “Say What? Frederick Douglass on Righteous Indignation

  1. How’s life in the intellectual North?  Just thought of you ?yesterday. I am planning to be in London the beginning of December but alas, no striking out northward.  ?Next time” How’s studies?How’s the guy with the strong arms and the mucho talking? Ervin

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