Freeing Oneself

“If you are to free yourselves you must break the chains of oppression yourselves.
Only then can we express our dignity, only when we have liberated ourselves can we co-operate with other groups.
Any acceptance of humiliation, indignity or insult is acceptance of inferiority.”
~ Winnie Madikizela-Mandela,
Anti-Apartheid Activist, Politician, First Lady of South Africa (1994–1996), Parliament of South Africa (2009–2018) & (1994–2003)
Deputy Minister of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology (1994-1996), Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award (1985),
National Coalition of 100 Black Women Candace Award (1988),

Gaining Power Via the Dependency of Her People

“We must remember that nations that choose socialism suffer the slow and agonizing
death of moral and cultural decay and disintegration. Why?
Because the high priests of socialism who offer the temptations of statist programs and benefits
aren’t seeking the welfare of their people. Socialism at its heart is atheistic and has no moral compass.
Its lifeblood is power—power gained through dependency, and
once dependency is accomplished, socialism becomes the great destroyer!
It destroys:
Wealth
Dignity
Faith
Family
Freedom
We cannot allow our beloved nation to go down the path of totalitarian states.”
~ Frank Wright, PH.D.,
President & CEO – D. James Kennedy Ministries

Have This Kind of Beauty, Too

“The kind of beauty I want most is
the hard-to-get kind that comes from within –
strength, courage, dignity.”
~ Ruby Dee,
Actress, Poet, Playwright, Screenwriter, Journalist, Activist,
Obie Award (1971), Drama Desk Awards(1971, 1973), Kennedy Center Honors,
Women in Film Crystal Award (1991), Emmy Award (1991), National Medal of Arts, (1995),
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2000, 2008), Grammy Award (2007) & Spingarn Medal (2008)