Chadwick Boseman presented “another Africa”, according to Professor Boukary Sawadogo

African-American actor Chadwick Boseman died on Saturday at the age of 43 from cancer. He had achieved worldwide success for his performance in the film Black Panther, which won several Oscar nominations. In his role, Boseman portrayed African culture and the image of a strong black man, the leader of a prosperous nation, a superhero who defends his people. Arzouma Kompaore joined cinema professor Boukary Sawadogo in New York, who looks back on Boseman’s impact, as an actor, on African communities.


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