Gabrielle Pascal, Hofstra University
The iconic actress was the first Black person to win an Academy Award, but in a cruel irony, it was for playing a caricatured role in a deeply racist Hollywood.
Few authors captured the human experience, particularly the Black experience, with as much nuance as her.
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Fighting racism, sexism and injustice, their resilience remained unwavering. These icons’ legacies mark them as trailblazers.
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