Evidence: He was an advocate for black people.
" The soul that is within me no man can ever degrade. "
Warrant 1: Even at a young age Frederick Douglass was still trying to help slaves by freeing them or teaching them basic needs of life.
Warrant 2: He met William Lloyd Garrison, one of Americas most prominent abolitionists who soon began touring with Douglass speaking against slavery on behalf of Massachusetts Anti-slavery Society.
Warrant 3: With touring and being a motivational speaker, Frederick Douglass wrote his own book sharing his experiences when he was in slavery and how he became a free civilian.