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(Left to right) Crossroads School student; Wanda Draper, executive director, Reginald F. Lewis Museum; Baltimore City Councilman John Bullock, District 9; Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh; City Comptroller Joan Pratt; President and CEO of Living Classrooms Foundation James Piper Bond; City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young; and artist Joseph Sheppard, creator of the bronze statue commemorating Frederick Douglass’ s love of education all listen keenly as 
a Crossroads School student brings Frederick Douglass’s words to life.

(Left to right) Crossroads School student; Wanda Draper, executive director, Reginald F. Lewis Museum; Baltimore City Councilman John Bullock, District 9; Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh; City Comptroller Joan Pratt; President and CEO of Living Classrooms Foundation James Piper Bond; City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young; and artist Joseph Sheppard, creator of the bronze statue commemorating Frederick Douglass’ s love of education all listen keenly as
a Crossroads School student brings Frederick Douglass’s words to life.

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Mayor Pugh kicks off Baltimore’s month-long celebration of Frederick Douglass’s 200th Birthday

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh commemorated the start of Black History Month with a celebration honoring the life, legacy and 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass on Thursday, February 01, 2018. Mayor Pugh began the program by recognizing some of Douglass’s many achievements.