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“Haiti was shoved into its two-hundred-year nightmare by the United States and Europe as punishment for its successful slave revolt against Napoleon Bonaparte.” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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“The indefatigable amongst us never sally forth to policy war needing as sustenance victory or recognition. Neither outcome is ever likely. Those of us who do this work do it often to small reaction and are met more frequently with defeat than success. But we do it still, for no clearer reason than that we […]

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“Only from the study of America in its foreign relations can African-Americans hope to appreciate the full measure of America’s insult to them.” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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“As a group, African-Americans have virtually no power or influence. Those who appear to have mainstream power, enjoy the appearance of power only as long as their circumscribed influence is not directed toward fundamentally altering social and economic conditions for a black community whence they sprang, at home and abroad. To make the point more […]

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“Mythology is important, essential even, to a national psyche. And Americans in particular are desperate in their pursuit of national myth. This is understandable, to a point: coating an elemental truth with the bright gloss of heroism and national sacrifice is the prerogative of the nation-state. But to carry the same lies forward, generation after […]

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“Any manager who punishes their staff for expressing an opinion hasn’t got the faintest idea about leadership. People in charge should empower their employees, not scare them into silence.” -Richard Branson Tweet

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“One of the outstanding tragedies of the world is the fact that most people never engage in the work for which they are best fitted by nature.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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“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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“’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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“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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