This one hurts more than Kobe. Black Panther did a lot for me as a black man. I only started really wearing colors and representing my flag after that movie came out. I’m forever grateful to him for bringing my pride and connection to my culture to light. He made me want to find out what my name means and my history. Chadwick Bozeman helped me find my cultural identity.
Thousands of people marched in Washington D.C. today for the anniversary of MLK’s “I have a dream” speech, and on this same day, we’ve lost the actor who brought the first black leading man superhero in comics, and the first black baseball player to join the major leagues, to life on the silver screen.
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