Ode to the Black Woman

I hope every person reading this will channel the energy of Claudette Colvin and Rosa Parks and say: “Nah. Not today.”

Dear Black women: You’re long overdue these roses.

You are the heart that holds families together.

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Just a man living with a wild notion that I can be the change I wish to see in this world. See my website to follow my journey as I do this. Johnbroadway.me

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John Broadway

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Just a man living with a wild notion that I can be the change I wish to see in this world. See my website to follow my journey as I do this. Johnbroadway.me

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