Malcolm X Quotes

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Rosa Parks Quotes

Rosa Parks Quotes

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Martin Luther King Jr Quotes

Martin Luther King Jr Quotes

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Maya Angelou Quotes

Maya Angelou Quotes

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Since Maya Angelou has had such a huge impact on not only myself but people all around the world I thought today I would share some of her amazing quotes!

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3 Black Introverts That Changed The World

3 Black Introverts That Changed The World

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A black introvert changed the world?

Yes, you read that right and today we’re addressing at least 3 of them!

In light of Black History Month here in the UK, it wouldn’t be right for us to let this month pass by without acknowledging some of the greatest black introverts of all time!

(and spoiler alert – no Beyonce didn’t make this list!)

Rosa Parks 

Let us start off with the civil rights first lady herself! Ms. Rosa Parks, the quiet, ‘shy’, reserved young lady from Alabama. Ms. Parks did something quite BOLD in a time when segregation was the NORM. Her BOLDEST move was to refuse giving up her seat to a white passenger on board a Montgomery bus in Alabama in the 1950s. This was a huge statement during its time as black people were not permitted to ride in the front of the bus, especially at the…

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