“Without a struggle, there can be no progress.” Frederick Douglass
Sierra Kathryn Marie Jaske
Fredrick Douglas gave a speech in 1857 at Canandaigua, New York:
The most rememberable quote from that speech was: "Without a struggle, there can be no progress"
The quote is important because it represents freedom during the civil rights movement, slavery was the cause for this quote. It was as a foretelling of the civil war; the west indian slaves struggled for freedom.