Jan 11, 2013
Law & Order's Richard Brooks as Frederick Douglass in PBS' The Abolitionists
Frederick Douglass was the authentic voice of the anti-slavery movement in the 20 years leading up to the Civil War, and in PBS's new series, The Abolitionists, noted TV actor Richard Brooks brings that famous former slave turned author, orator and activist to life again.
The Plain Dealer
Richard Brooks found a hero in PBS series 'The Abolitionists'
Some voices are so incredibly resonant, they have the power to rumble across centuries, undiminished by time and changing fashions.
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