Residents are invited to the second annual communitywide reenactment of an 1852 speech Frederick Douglass delivered on the subject of Independence Day. The event, jointly organized by the Highlands Coalition and the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday at High Rock Park. Members of the community will take turns reading portions of the July 5, 1852, speech that Douglass delivered at the Corinthian Hall in Rochester, N.Y. In it, the famous abolitionist, who resided for a time in Lynn, took exception as an African-American to being asked to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Attendees can join in the reading or just listen to the speech. All are invited to bring a picnic to the event, which will also include pony rides, music, and a tour of High Rock Tower. They can also stay to watch the city’s fireworks display.