“When principled leaders fail to rise, no one should be surprised that imperfect leaders fill that gap. Most successful blacks are too busy doing the things that brought them success to play the blame game. They aren’t singing about overcoming; they’re just overcoming. They should be the example for others, including people of other races, to follow.” African-American Columnist Clarence Page
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