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“Leaders do not avoid, repress, or deny conflict, but rather see it as an opportunity.” -Warren Bennis Tweet

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“Both candidates and contributors are capable of ignoring the true interests of the voters, because the voters’ opinions can now be shaped by mass advertising campaigns, which can be purchased.” -Al Gore Tweet

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“You have to have truth in order to solve any problem. If you have falsehood, you’re not going to solve a problem, you’re going to make the problem worse.” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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“Something we were withholding made us weak until we found out it was ourselves.” -Robert Frost Tweet

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“Habit rule the unreflecting herd.” -William Wordsworth Tweet

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“The drops of rain make a hole in the stone, not by violence, but by oft falling.” -Lucretius Tweet

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“We’re responsible for us. You’re responsible for you. I’m responsible for me. But then, we, as a Black unit are responsible for us. Because if we don’t take care of ourselves and look out for each other, and if I’m the star of this team, and I have that power, and if I don’t utilize […]

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“He is whipped, who is whipped easiest.” -Frederick Douglass Tweet

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“A gifted individual is not free to pursue personal fulfillment while ignoring the plight of his or her oppressed kin.” -W.E.B. DuBois Tweet

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“We want our children educated. The school system in the country districts of the South is a disgrace and in few towns and cities are the Negro schools what they ought to be. We want the national government to step in and wipe out illiteracy in the South. Either the United States will destroy ignorance […]

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