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Black Women Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement (African-American Experience)

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65 thoughts on “Black Women Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement (African-American Experience)

  1. Samuel Reynolds

    One person is a thin porridge; two or three people are a lump of ugali. ~Kuria Proverb

  2. Jason Daniels

    It is not the cook’s fault when the cassava turns out to be hard and tasteless. ~Ewe Proverb

  3. Aaron Mcdonald

    A spider’s cobweb isn’t only its sleeping spring but also its food trap. ~African Proverb

  4. Gary Miller

    Wisdom is wealth! One thing I respect deeply about Africa is the treasure of wisdom our ancestors have handed down to us. While some of our leaders may have forgotten them, the rest of us don’t need to. From prudent sayings on wisdom itself, to judicious encouragements, warnings and even quirky advice on learning, patience, unity, wealth, poverty, community, family, love and marriage, these quotes will inspire you to be the best you can possibly be.

  5. Scott Ramos

    One spoon of soup in need has more value than a pot of soup when we have an abundance of food. ~Angolan Proverb

  6. Phillip Jordan

    Having beauty doesn’t mean understanding the perseverance of marriage. ~African Proverb

  7. Harold Wright

    Despite the beauty of the moon, sun and the stars, the sky also has a threatening thunder and striking lightening. ~African Proverb

  8. Stephen Torres

    The man who counts the bits of food he swallows is never satisfied. ~African Proverb

  9. Janice Allen

    Man is like a pepper, till you have chewed it you do not know how hot it is. ~Haussa Proverb

  10. Jeremy Brown

    If you watch your pot, your food will not burn. ~Mauritanian, Nigerian, and Niger Proverb

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