Frederick Douglass's connection with Ireland
175 years ago, Frederick Douglass arrived in Ireland. Just seven years after his escape from slavery he wrote his memoir and hoped to connect to a nation's people who supported his cause. That legacy is something his family still celebrates. Michelle Miller reports.
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