Freed may refer to:
- Alan Freed, the American radio personality
- Arthur Freed, the American film producer and lyricist
- Kayce Freed (born 1958), widow of Peter Jennings
- Leonard Freed, American photographer
- Jio Freed, 666 Satan protagonist
- "Freed" - Past tense - to set free
- Freed of London, a specialist manufacturer of dance shoes and clothing
- Freed.in, an FOSS event held in India
- The song "Freed" by Tracy Bonham, from her album Down Here
- Honda Freed, a Mini MPV vehicle made by Honda
Other articles related to "freed":
... Freed had wanted to be a painter, but began taking photographs in the Netherlands and discovered a new passion ... Early in Freed's career, Edward Steichen purchased three photographs from Freed for the collection of the Museum of Modern Art ... In 1967, Cornell Capa selected Freed as one of five photographers to participate in his "Concerned Photography" exhibition ...
... In 1995, 288 farmworkers were freed from what was officially described as slavery, a total which rose to 583 in 2000 ... In 2001, however, the Brazilian government freed more than 1,400 slave laborers ... More than 1,000 slave-like laborers were freed from a sugar cane plantation in 2007 by the Brazilian Government ...
... Amanda Louise Freed (born December 26, 1979) is an American softball player ... Freed was born in Fountain Valley, California ... Freed led the Bruins back in 2000 while striking out 13 (second best record for a championship Bruins alum Debbie Doom notched 15 to win the 1984 title) only to lose to first-time winner Oklahoma ...
... The Sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind, was freed from imprisonment in the famous fort of Gwalior by Emperor Jahangir in October, 1619 ... According to Sikh tradition, the Guru agreed to be freed only if the other Indian chiefs (rajahs) imprisoned with him were freed ... So he relented grudgingly and ordained, "Let those rajahs be freed who can hold on to the Guru’s coat tails and walk out of prison" ...
Famous quotes containing the word freed:
“We are the only class in history that has been left to fight its battles alone, unaided by the ruling powers. White labor and the freed black men had their champions, but where are ours?”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)
“Bob freed your mind the way Elvis freed your body. He showed us that just because music was innately physical did not mean that it was anti-intellectual. He had the vision and the talent to make a pop record that contained the whole world.”
—Bruce Springsteen (b. 1949)
“I have a dream: in my dream ... Aretha Franklin, in her fabulous black-lipstick Jumpin Jack Flash outfit, leaps from her seat at Maxims and, shouting Think!, blasts Lacan, Derrida and Foucault like dishrags against the wall, then leads thousands of freed academic white slaves in a victory parade down the Champs-Elysées.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)