Edward Wilmot Blyden

Edward Wilmot Blyden





Born: August 3, 1832
Birthplace: Saint Thomas, Danish West Indies (Present-day U.S. Virgin Islands)
Died: February 7, 1912

Occupation: Author, Educator, and Statesman
Profile: Regarded as the Father of pan-Africanism.

Website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Wilmot_Blyden
Number of Quotes: 1





If you are not yourself, if you surrender your personality, you have nothing left to give the world. You have no pleasure, no use, nothing which will attract and charm me, for by the suppression of your individuality, you lose your distinctive character.

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