I would want to speak to Malcolm X because I admire his dedication to serving the Black community. He understood the power that focused violence can have on certain societies and the necessity of maintaining a balance between non-violence and action in protest.
I’d like to meet Kanye West just because it’s Kanye. I want to know what’s going on in that interesting mind of his.
I would love to speak to Harriet Tubman. I really want to know what gave her the courage to break free and convince others to follow her lead.
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I’d like to speak to Rosa Parks because I want to know what was going through her head and how she had so much courage to defy the establishment.
I’d rather live in the present than the future or the past. One of the reasons I choose to not answer this question is because I enjoy learning about people through observation because I find out that some people are only portrayed in specific ways. I’m not saying that people such as Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, etc., didn’t have an impact on society it’s more so that I didn’t know them personally to truly understand why they did certain things the way that they did them.