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The Quote Every Teacher & Parent Should Consider

“The force of education is so great that we may mold the minds and manners of the young into whatever shape we please and give the impressions of such habits as shall ever afterwards remain.” -Atterbury Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“What do we really know about anything, anyway? Who deploys the information products that we get to select for consumption?” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“’Hot heads’ go with ‘cold feet.’ He who loses his temper is usually a bluffer and when ‘called’ is a quitter.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Too many people in a heterogenous society shouting and acting on too many combustibly conflicting narrow-minded beliefs can produce chaos and disintegration.” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“For American Blacks, especially, too little knowledge of history has been a dangerous thing. Our sketchy knowledge of the role of Blacks in the beginning of civilization and religion has driven Blacks away from their heritage and away from God.” -Spencer Haywood Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Of all of the manifestations of racism, the one that infuriates me most is the presumption that color equals stupidity.” -Robert Guillaume Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Both individuals and nations rapidly decline where greed and envy ride in the minds of those who dominate.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“[A] kind of sixth sense was common among Africans hundreds of years before, and continued to be through slavery days.” -Spencer Haywood Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Victims of racism have been so victimized that they can’t see they are victimized.” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Patience doesn’t mean making a pact with the devil of denial, ignoring our emotions and aspirations. It means being wholeheartedly engaged in the process that’s unfolding, rather than ripping open a budding flower or demanding a caterpillar hurry up and get that chrysalis stage over with.” -Sharon Salzberg Tweet

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