Hans J. Massaquoi

“Initially, the purveyors of racism need no more than the silent acquiescence of the public ... [I]t is never too soon to confront bigotry and racism whenever, wherever, and in whatever form it raises its ugly head. It is incumbent upon all people to confront even the slightest hint of racist thought or action with zero tolerance.”


Hans J. Massaquoi, Destined to Witness: Growing Up Black in Nazi Germany
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