Prejudicism Quotes

Quotes tagged as "prejudicism" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Mahatma Gandhi
“The only difference between man and man all the world over is one of degree, and not of kind, even as there is between trees of the same species.
Where in is the cause for anger, envy or discrimination?”
Mahatma Gandhi

“Separation is the first cause of inequality.”
Katy Tackes, Each Time She Wakes

Rich Marcello
“Why does everyone make fun of New Jersey? It's beautiful here," she said.

"We live in America."

"What does that mean?"

"People like to judge without knowing.”
Rich Marcello, The Color of Home

“It is the height of irony to prejudge someone of prejudice.”
Tessa Crowley, Chaos Theory

“Dominicans are in fact, Haitians by default.
Since the natives named the whole island named Haïti, stop being a dolt.”
Ricardo Derose

Rosa Jordan
“I was thinking about how people prejudge other people. That’s the same as prejudice, right?”
Rosa Jordan

“Sectarian thinking is contagious and rapidly spread.”
Moutasem Algharati

Werley Nortreus
“If we love each other without creating a race war, people wouldn't get hurt that much, and feelings too.”
Werley Nortreus, Best Quotes of Werley Nortreus