Abolitionists Expected To Be Honored As Statues In Md State HouseMaryland lawmakers are expected to honor anti-slavery heroes with statues in the historic House of Delegates chamber in Annapolis.
Harriet Tubman And Frederick Douglass Statues ProposedTwo leading Maryland lawmakers want to commission statues of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass for inside the Maryland State House.
Douglass Portrait Unveiled In Md. Governor's HouseA full-length portrait of Frederick Douglass is now the first painting of an African-American to go on display in the Maryland governor's mansion.
Biden Calls For D.C. Voting Rights During Tribute To Frederick DouglassVice President Joe Biden on Wednesday used a tribute to 19th-century abolitionist Frederick Douglass to renew the call for equal voting rights for people who live in the nation's capital.
D.C. Leaders To Celebrate Statue RelocationA statue of Frederick Douglass will soon be moved to the United States Capitol alongside statues of luminaries from the 50 states, and District of Columbia leaders are planning to celebrate the move.
Middletown Beats Frederick Douglass 30-12 In 2ATim Pirrone threw for three touchdowns and Zach Welch rushed for one score and kicked a field goal and two extra points to lead Middletown past Frederick Douglass 30-12 Saturday in a rematch of last year's Maryland 2A state title game.
Best Bizarre Statues Or Public Art In BaltimoreFor better or worse, the city of Baltimore contains many unique works of art in public places. Some pieces ignite controversy while others, no matter how odd they may appear, inspire. These are the must-sees when it comes to bizarre artwork right here in Baltimore.
2 Men Shot In AnnapolisAn investigation is underway in Annapolis after two people are shot.
Best Places To Learn About The People Who Built BaltimoreThese places allow you to travel back through history and have a greater understanding about major Baltimore figures.
Douglass Statue To Be Unveiled In EastonA statue honoring abolitionist Frederick Douglass will be unveiled this week in Easton.
Slaves Hid African Charms On Colonial GreenhouseThe greenhouse on the Maryland plantation where famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass spent part of his childhood was not as uniquely European as once thought: Its furnace was built by slaves, who hid distinctly African touches within it to ward off bad spirits, researchers said.