Injustices Quotes

Quotes tagged as "injustices" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Mehmet Murat ildan
“Only the honorable people resist the injustices! The rest - the honorless - are afraid of even their own shadows!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

“I can never do justice to the great feeling of amazement and encouragement I felt when, perhaps for the first time in American history, white citizens of a Southern state banded together to come to Selma and show their indignation about the injustices against the African-Americans.”
Amelia Boynton Robinson

“We became acutely aware of the profound healing that is needed in our species. We knew with conviction that what we were doing, as women and men together, was confronting the cultural dynamics that are killing us all- killing women and men, killing our children, killing the planet.”
William Keepin, Divine Duality: The Power of Reconciliation Between Women and Men

“When we stand, we do so not only for ourselves, but also for countless others who have similar stories but may never have an opportunity to be witnessed.”
William Keepin, Divine Duality: The Power of Reconciliation Between Women and Men

“I wouldn't say I'm happy, but I look at things in a soft way. I try to convey more personal interaction, rather than huge injustices.”
Oliver

“One thing we forget to know is that failed states once had civil, constitutional laws that were put in place, when these laws don't work for all that's when dictatorship arises and injustices hugs the land, and prosperities becomes the luxury of the few, not the masses.”
Henry Johnson Jr

“Poverty would always exist when we allow injustices to speak.”
Henry Johnson Jr

“It is
the common man
who should speak out on indifference the most.
The common man
will see with eyes based more on need than greed.
The common man
will consider a solution for all instead of the few privileged.
The common man
will try to be an example of his doctrine and not simply give an order and not abide by it himself.
The common man
is prone to be more honest even if he faces a problem without all the facts as opposed to the privileged few who only view things from a point of view of BENEFIT to themselves.
It is
the common man
who has the least that can speak out with the least to lose.
All others have agendas they wish to protect”
Levon Peter Poe