1) Discuss one of the quotes from “The Divinity School Address” handout. What do you think the quote means? What do you see as a purpose or intent of his address?
2) Discuss one or two critically important points that Frederick Douglass makes in his “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July” address? What do you see as a purpose or intent of the speech?
3) Frederick Douglass’s Narrative is considered the classic American ex-slave narrative. In his narrative, Douglass details what it feels like to grow up an enslaved human, taught that as someone else’s property, you have no right to yourself. Briefly what for you was a particularly striking or eye-opening experience he describes or observation he makes in his narrative.