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10 Famous Quotes by Barbara Smith
12/16/1946 - (Present)
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Trust is to human relationships what faith is to gospel living. It is the beginning place, the foundation upon which more can be built. Where trust is, love can flourish.

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We've always been struggling with obesity in medicine. We've all recognized it will take a community effort to tackle the problem.

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He's here for the Soldiers. He came in here running. He knew we had some problems, and he jumped on them so we could get a handle.

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We would like for every kid in northeast Ohio to receive a letter. It can be left on a pillow, mailed, stuck in a lunch box, e-mailed, or read over the phone. It doesn't have to be long. We just want parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors, mentors, and all adults to participate. It is a simple act that sticks with a child for a long time.

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This helps (the students) in getting over their shyness of talking to adults and (shows them) how they need to open up.

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Black women as a group have never been fools. We couldn't afford to be.

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You can only paint through your experience and sub-consciousness.

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This invisibility, however, means that the opportunities for creative research are infinite.

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A major problem for Black women, and all people of color, when we are challenged to oppose anti-Semitism, is our profound skepticism that white people can actually be oppressed.

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Black women, whose experience is unique, are seldom recognized as a particular social-cultural entity and are seldom thought to be important enough for serious scholarly consideration.

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