Stokely Carmichael Quotes and its meanings
Stokely Carmichael quotes about Courage
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What does Stokely Carmichael write about?
Stokely Carmichael has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about courage, death, fear, freedom, government, knowledge, power, society, strength & time. People always share Courage quotes, Death quotes, fear, freedom, government, knowledge, power, society, strength & time from his literary works.
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- We had no more courage than Harriet Tubman or Marcus Garvey had in their times. We just had a more vulnerable enemy.
- We were aware of the fact that death walks hand in hand with struggle.
- The secret of life is to have no fear it's the only way to function.
- Now, then, in order to understand white supremacy we must dismiss the fallacious notion that white people can give anybody their freedom.
- There is a higher law than the law of government. That's the law of conscience.
- The knowledge I have now is not the knowledge I had then.
- Black power can be clearly defined for those who do not attach the fears of white America to their questions about it.
- Before a group can enter the open society, it must first close ranks.
- An organization which claims to be working for the needs of a community - as SNCC does - must work to provide that community with a position of strength from which to make its voice heard. This is the significance of black power beyond the slogan.
- I knew that I could vote and that that wasn't a privilege it was my right. Every time I tried I was shot, killed or jailed, beaten or economically deprived.