I am grateful beyond words to all those who saw value in this project and funded the granite boulder and to the Parkways Foundation for serving as fiscal agent for this project. Thank you also to the Chicago Board of Education and the Chicago Park District and especially the members of the Jackson Park Advisory Council. Thank you all for making this real. I consider the granite boulder-a rolling stone-not a static symbol-until the full life story of Frederick Douglas is common knowledge to every student and adult in Chicago, America and beyond; we shall not rest. Douglas stood for freedom, civil rights, justice, equality, women's rights and against alcohol. As Einstein said about Ghandhi, "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth." These words could be said about Douglas. Frederick Douglas, let us say we remember you, beloved leader; who raised the bar for leadership and did it for people of all colors.