It is important and empowering that we educate our Children about our Rich History. That means that you have to know the truth about it yourself first. You can’t depend on a school to inform them, even the very few Black leaders that they do talk about in the school system they will water down and leave out key details about their philosophies. There are countlesss Black Leaders that came before us and they left a template to show us how to become our own unique leaders and make an impact on our own way. SanCopha!

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