Frederick Douglass Institute

West Chester University

408 Francis Harvey Green Library
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19383
Phone: (610) 436-2766
Fax: (610) 436-2769

About the Frederick Douglass Institute

Frederick Douglass Sign The Institute is named after one of America’s best known heroes, Frederick Douglass, the former slave, distinguished author, and statesman. The Frederick Douglass Institute is a West Chester University program for advancing multicultural studies across the curriculum and for deepening the intellectual heritage of Frederick Douglass. Douglass, who was a frequent visitor to the West Chester area, gave his last public lecture on West Chester University campus on February 01, 1895. Guided by the spirit and his legacy, the Institute aims to create opportunities to build a better community for all of us to fulfill our destiny as human beings. Through the leadership of WCU, there are Frederick Douglass Institutes at all fourteen campuses of the Pennsylvania State Universities System.  Read More...

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