Kerry Washington Quotes and its meanings

Kerry Washington has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Courage Education Family Health Men Mom Positive Relationship Sad Women

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What does Kerry Washington write about?

Kerry Washington has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about courage, education, family, health, men, mom, positive, relationship, sad & women. People always share Courage quotes, Education quotes, family, health, men, mom, positive, relationship, sad & women from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Kerry Washington?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Kerry Washington.

  • That's what acting is - it's about... having the courage to allow your audience into the private moments of your characters' lives.
  • Today there are people trying to take away rights that our mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought for: our right to vote, our right to choose, affordable quality education, equal pay, access to health care. We the people can't let that happen.
  • The breakdown of the black community, in order to maintain slavery, began with the breakdown of the black family. Men and women were not legally allowed to get married because you couldn't have that kind of love. It might get in the way of the economics of slavery. Your children could be taken from you and literally sold down the river.
  • I've always been a writer because I've always been a student. My mom's a retired professor, so I come from a very academic background. I love writing, you know?
  • I think sometimes in life we want to ignore the problems of society and just think about the good. I believe in positive thinking and affirmative living, I also think it's really important to remember all of our disenfranchised members of society.
  • You know what's funny is that I have this ongoing relationship with the city of Washington D.C. I went to George Washington University, and my nickname was K-Dub - based on G-Dub - and I'm now on the board of trustees at George Washington University.
  • I am co-writing a screenplay now and I'm working on the rights to another story I want to do. So I plan to produce and direct. So, for me, I don't really feel that I am vulnerable to that sad baggage that comes with the business of filmmaking.