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A day that would have made Frederick Douglass proud Today the Frederick Douglass High School created great community spirit in Upper Marlboro as they gave an energetic and exuberant performance for their homecoming parade. It was a crisp and cool autumn morning; however as the band played, families cheered and there was no complaint about the weather. Photo by Professor Metze The Prince George's County Police Officers were serving the community with traffic directions and assisting the crowd. Officer Leslie was on the job early as the band began to play. Frederick Douglass High School is located on 8000 Croom Road in Upper Marlboro. Their beliefs are that children come first and all students can learn and develop as productive members of society. "The case of Frederick Douglass having been taught by his slave master's wife is perhaps the best known instance of an owner teaching a slave," according to John Hope Franklin. Douglass went on to write The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in 1845; My Bondage and My Freedom in 1855; and The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass in 1881. He published The North Star newspaper in 1847. Douglass took part in the National Council of Colored People in Rochester, New York in 1853 and became one of the best known abolitionists in the United States of America. Frederick Douglass High School is the first high school for African Americans in Prince George's County. Today the students of Frederick Douglass High School carried his name proudly as FDHS celebrated their homecoming for 2013. "The present FDHS represents the pinnacle of the work and dedication of the parents, students, and teachers that preceded us," FDHS proclaims. DC Customer Service Examiner Professor Charles Metze II made history in October of 2000 when he became the first American to be appointed Chancellor of an African University. In January of 2001 he was appointed Dean of Students in the District of Columbia and held that position until he was injured in the line of duty breaking up a student altercation between rival gangs. He served as a customer service expert and consultant to media networks and major retail businesses. He has taught at five universities. Contact Charles at this address.