Vital Speeches Quote of the Week

The great Lena Horne died last week, and her Chicago Tribune obit contained this sad assessment: “I was unique in that I was a kind of black that white people could accept. I was their daydream. I had the worst kind of acceptance because it was never for how great I was or what I contributed. It was because of the way I looked.”

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