Chadwick Boseman Gives ‘Wakanda Forever’ Salute At Howard Graduation

The actor told the crowd about his early days acting on soap operas, saying he was fired from one unnamed production after he questioned what he felt was its stereotypical portrayal of black characters.
Such struggles, he told graduates, are not obstacles but rather keys to meaningful success.
“The struggles along the way are only meant to shape you for your purpose,” said the actor, whose movie “Black Panther” has earned more than $1.3 billion worldwide. “Press on with pride and press on with purpose.”


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