Mural painted in Anacostia, Washington, DC, in February 2018, for the Frederick Douglass bicentennial.
Pictured is Frederick Douglass on the lawn of his Cedar Hill house, the Anacostia river, DC Capitol and Washington monument in the background. FD is with his friends and contemporaries, including abolitionist John Brown, activist and first black graduate of Harvard Richard Greener, journalist, Civil Rights leader and suffragette Ida Wells, first African American senator Blanche Bruce, abolitionist Wendell Phillips, and author and poet Grace Greenwood, PLUS a number of modern day Anacostia neighborhood kids.
Photos here include images from publications, face details and opening ceremony shots with Nettie Washington Douglass, Frederick Douglass's great great granddaughter, and Ken Morris, his great great great grandson. Ken and Nettie visited as part of the bicentenial celebratations and handed out copies of a new edition of Frederick Douglass's first book, "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave" as part of their Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI)