Quotations The Best Quotes About Race Relations  

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A list of the best race relations quotes and sayings, including the names of each speaker or author when available. This list is sorted by popularity, so only the most famous race relations quotes are at the top. The authors of these historic race relations quotes are displayed next to each quote, so if you see one you like be sure to check out other inspirational race relations quotes from that same writer.

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This list includes notable race relations quotes by various authors, writers, playwrights, speakers, politicians, athletes, poets, and more. Vote on your favorites so that the greatest race relations quotes rise to the top, as the order of the list changes dynamically based on votes. Don't let your favorite race relations sayings get to the bottom of the list.

“What we do today does not always secure reasonable hope for tomorrow. Only this time––with the fact of Barack Obama’s presidential nomination––our country had overcome the odds in a profoundly miraculous way. Like millions––literally, millions––of others, I was privileged to bear witness to a gift of history more than 200 years in the making: it was and it is a moment worthy of joy’s sweet and bitter tears. ” from blog Why I Cried When Barack Obama Received the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States

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“Racism is any action motivated by racial difference resulting in a detrimental impact on the life of another individual or group of individuals.” --from The Harlem Renaissance Dialogues

“Racism is any action motivate... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Quotes About Race Relations
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"Nation-building is never a 'done deal' confined to history already established."

Taken from part 3 of the article Trayvon Martin, Robert Lee, and Millions of Tears Fallen. The full quote reads as follows: "Nation-building is never a “done deal” confined to history already established. It is a perpetual one that requires the safeguarding and empowerment of citizens––all of them––in exchange for the loyalty, cooperation, and contributions that ensure a country’s ongoing growth and cohesion." ...more on Wikipedia

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