Agitate- Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass was a social activist when it wasn't popular. There is something to be said of a male negro slave coming of age and becoming the voice of abolition. He is known for his oratory and literary skills, and provided counter arguments to mainstream perception on slaves intellectual capacity, and women's ability to participate in government. He agitated America's conscience. When a young black male once asked him for advice on activism, his response was: Agitate!
Limited Edition Giclée Graphite Print. Only a fixed amount of graphite portrait exist on museum quality acid free pH buffered archival paper. The prints will be numbered, approved and signed by the artist. S/H includes insurance for the artwork.