Chadwick Boseman is an inspiration for us because he never lets the disease come as a hurdle for all his works. Chadwick has been suffering from cancer for the last four years and died a few weeks back at 43. He was a true warrior and not just a Marvel superhero but a hero in real life. Here’s how his character Black Panther was not only an example of real leadership but also taught us many things.
Chadwick Boseman was the first Marvel superhero who was a black lead. Also, he was the only one who was considered and approached for King of T’Challa.
The film Black Panther was a massive inspiration for the importance given to every woman in the clan. They featured some strong female characters like his sister T’Challa’s officer. The Wakanda handshake got quite popular, and people, especially Marvel fans, have been using the shake as greetings.
When the film went on screen, it was the time when the black people were fighting for their rights and equal representation on screen. And therefore, the film was a massive boost for such movements. He gave representation to the African accent Xhosa that became the language of Wakanda.
Chadwick Boseman was an incredible human being and inspired a number of lives throughout his career. A man to be remembered forever.
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