Abolitionist and civil rights activist Frederick Douglass is preparing for a new home in the nation’s Capitol.Or rather, the bronze statue honoring Douglass, one of D.C.’s most revered residents.
The statue, which currently stands in One Judiciary Square, will be moving to the U.S. Capitol Building, although its exact placement, as well as its move-in date, has yet to be determined.
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