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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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“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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“The problem is not the statistical lack; the problem is that people are squandering their time and resources on the wrong thing.” -Jim Collins Tweet

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“You talk about slavery, it never begun until after we was supposed to be free.” -Dave Byrd (From, “Tomlinson Hill- The Remarkable Story Of Two Families Who Share The Tomlinson Name- One White, One Black”) Tweet

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“War. It’s all war because it’s just one war, and that’s the war between those who believe in racism and those who don’t . That’s the only war going on on the planet. Everything else is just battles within that war.” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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“Enslaved African Americans used their ingenuity to make inventions for which their masters claimed credit.” -Otha Richard Sullivan Tweet

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“All institutions in a society should be designed to serve the masses, not just a ‘chosen few.’” -The Black Panthers Tweet

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“An enemy discovered is an enemy half whipped.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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“I could make millions if I led my people the wrong way, to something I know is wrong. So now I have to make a decision: Step into a billion dollars and denounce my people, or step into poverty and teach them the truth. Damn the money. Damn the heavyweight championship. I will die before […]

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