Apartheid Life Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Apartheid Life Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Apartheid Life Sayings By Nelson Mandela: To deny people of their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. To impose To deny people of their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. To impose on them a wretched life of huger and deprivation is to dehumanize them. But such has been the terrible fate of all black persons in our country under the system of apartheid. — Nelson Mandela
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Abigail George: Except now everything is digital even murder. There is a record for everything under the Except now everything is digital even murder. There is a record for everything under the sun from the moon and back whether we like it or not. The image that I have of the future is that it is very bleak. It is darkness visible. The black dog of depression will hang us all in the end. Considering the life we live, the values we teach our children, what we believe in everything is a movement for change and every pause between words is a revolutionary act. The 'struggle' was like a painful mental illness. The liberation in retrospect was either the exit from our slavery ushering us into a novel, brave, bold and brilliant world or a mass hallucination. The political climate in post-apartheid South Africa has gone as far as corrupting liberty. — Abigail George
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Desmond Tutu: But suffering from a life-threatening disease also helped me have a different attitude and perspective. But suffering from a life-threatening disease also helped me have a different attitude and perspective. It has given a new intensity to life, for I realize how much I used to take for granted-the love and devotion of my wife, the laughter and playfulness of my grandchildren, the glory of a splendid sunset, the dedication of my colleagues. The disease has helped me acknowledge my own mortality, with deep thanksgiving for the extraordinary things that have happened in my life, not least in recent times. What a spectacular vindication it has been, in the struggle against apartheid, to live to see freedom come, to have been involved in finding the truth and reconciling the differences of those who are the future of our nation. — Desmond Tutu
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Steve Biko: At the time of his death, Biko had a wife and three children for which At the time of his death, Biko had a wife and three children for which he left a letter that stated in one part: I've devoted my life to see equality for blacks, and at the same time, I've denied the needs of my family. Please understand that I take these actions, not out of selfishness or arrogance, but to preserve a South Africa worth living in for blacks and whites. — Steve Biko
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Athol Fugard: All of my life had been spent in the shadow of apartheid. And when South All of my life had been spent in the shadow of apartheid. And when South Africa went through its extraordinary change in 1994, it was like having spent a lifetime in a boxing ring with an opponent and suddenly finding yourself in that boxing ring with nobody else and realising you've to take the gloves off and get out, and reinvent yourself. — Athol Fugard
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Eric Schiffer: When leaders reframe customers into guests, and results into experiences, profits escalate. When leaders reframe customers into guests, and results into experiences, profits escalate. — Eric Schiffer
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Apartheid Life Sayings By Cornel West: Martin Luther King Jr's agenda was not to help Negroes overcome American apartheid in the Martin Luther King Jr's agenda was not to help Negroes overcome American apartheid in the south. It was to make America democracy a better place, where everyday people, from poor people who were white and red and yellow and black and brown, would be able to live lives in decency and dignity. — Cornel West
Apartheid Life Sayings By Nadine Gordimer: Writing is making sense of life. You work your whole life and perhaps you've made Writing is making sense of life. You work your whole life and perhaps you've made sense of one small area. — Nadine Gordimer
Apartheid Life Sayings By Snoop Dogg: When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.
Snoop Dogg. — Snoop Dogg
Apartheid Life Sayings By St. Lucia: When I think back, I felt like I had the life that a lot of When I think back, I felt like I had the life that a lot of white American kids grew up with in the suburbs in the States. I started noticing, as Apartheid's grip weakened, that we had more and more black kids at school; I had more and more black friends. But I never really saw a separation between myself and the black kids at school. — St. Lucia
Apartheid Life Sayings By Chris Abani: Circles of hell. He hated to admit it, but Eugene had been right in his Circles of hell. He hated to admit it, but Eugene had been right in his choice of Inferno, except their interpretations differed. Where Eugene saw only the internal battle of the privileged soul, Sunil saw the entire architecture and structures of racism and apartheid: three concentric circles of life and economics. Color-coded circles for easy understanding, whites at the heart, coloreds at the next remove, and finally, the blacks at the outermost circle; the closest to hell - the strange inverse sense of apartheid. — Chris Abani
Apartheid Life Sayings By Athol Fugard: For most of my writing life, I've refused to allow myself to believe that writing For most of my writing life, I've refused to allow myself to believe that writing was a significant form of action. I always felt very uneasy about the fact that all I did was write in a situation as desperate as apartheid South Africa. Whether I was correct or not is a different issue. — Athol Fugard
Apartheid Life Sayings By Hal Elrod: No extraordinary result ever came from mediocre effort. No extraordinary result ever came from mediocre effort. — Hal Elrod
Apartheid Life Sayings By Anastasia: I refuse to believe that all men are pigs and women competing whores. I refuse to believe that all men are pigs and women competing whores. — Anastasia
Apartheid Life Sayings By Abigail George: War and peace. There are blurred lines in the realities of both. A separation anxiety War and peace. There are blurred lines in the realities of both. A separation anxiety as the paradigm shifts from the air that a sniper wears on his face (real life, entertainment for the masses or the propaganda machine you decide), to the blueprint of an assassination in a driveway (Chris Hani lying in a pool of his own blood). You know that we cannot eat stones but we can burn, butcher, necklace, murder, forcibly remove and displace entire families, races of different faiths in the name of apartheid. Nelson Mandela, Steve Biko and Chris Hani instruments of change, war, tolerance or peace. The Romantics got it right before anyone else did. Truth is beauty. The truth is South Africa is not cool anymore. — Abigail George
Apartheid Life Sayings By Scotty McCreery: You know I used to sit there and I'd go outside and play ball and You know I used to sit there and I'd go outside and play ball and everything, but now in my free time I just kind of lay back and relax because this atmosphere is so busy and stressful, so anytime I can sleep, you'd best believe I'm sleepin'. — Scotty McCreery
Apartheid Life Sayings By Richard Lloyd: To me, the coolest riffs are composed of two guitar parts that interlock like gears. To me, the coolest riffs are composed of two guitar parts that interlock like gears. You need both parts to make whole. I work things out on an electric that's not plugged in to make sure a good tone isn't forgiving a part that couldn't stand up naked. Only after the parts are written will I struggle to find a tone that supports the creativity. — Richard Lloyd
Apartheid Life Sayings By Athol Fugard: I think all of my writing life led up to the writing of 'The Train I think all of my writing life led up to the writing of 'The Train Driver' because it deals with my own inherited blindness and guilt and all of what being a white South African in South Africa during those apartheid years meant. — Athol Fugard
Apartheid Life Sayings By Cherise Sinclair: An older dom snorted. "Atherton uses the word escort loosely. The last time someone messed An older dom snorted. "Atherton uses the word escort loosely. The last time someone messed with a trainee, he threw the guy across the bar. Strolled over, waited for the idiot to stand up, punched his lights out, and dragged him by his jacket collar out of the place. Escorted him, my ass. Didn't even wrinkle that fancy suit." He took a sip of his beer and added, "Atherton is invariably polite, but nobody in their right mind fucks with his trainees. — Cherise Sinclair
Apartheid Life Sayings By Baltasar Kormakur: In the case of 'The Deep,' because of the people involved, the talent and the In the case of 'The Deep,' because of the people involved, the talent and the real lives of people who died, I wanted to make the most honest film I could. And sometimes that's the best way to go: Just make the best version of the film you can. — Baltasar Kormakur
Apartheid Life Sayings By Athol Fugard: My life had been defined by the apartheid years. Now we were going into an My life had been defined by the apartheid years. Now we were going into an era of democracy ... and I believed that I didn't really have a function as a useful artist in that anymore. — Athol Fugard
Apartheid Life Sayings By Aristophanes: Shall I crack any of those old jokes, master, At which the audience never fail Shall I crack any of those old jokes, master, At which the audience never fail to laugh? — Aristophanes