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Frederick Douglass Creative Writing Competition

NACPS Presents... Frederick Douglass 200 Creative Arts Competition Friday, November 9, 2018 6:00pm Hammonds Lane Theatre All Ages! Free Admission! 2018 marks the "Year of Frederick Douglass" in Maryland, and what better way to celebrate his life than through student voices and creative expression! Born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey (1818-1895) in Talbot County, Maryland, Frederick Douglass was the first African American to gain international fame as a social crusader. Douglass helped lead the anti-slavery movement and also fought for women's rights. Anne Arundel County students, grages 4 through 12, are invited to participate in the "Frederick Douglass 200 Creative Arts Competition" and "Follow In His Footsteps". Send an " I am interested" note with your name, contact information and school & grade to or call 410-533-1977. Students must submit their application showing their interest in participating by September 12. Projects are due by October 11.

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September 12, 2018


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