Equality Quotes with Which to Brighten Your Day
These days, many have turned many corners in matters of gender, equality and racial hence causing the rate of crime to go up. It makes it essential to promote equality and unity. Explained below are some inspirational quotes on equality that will help you to fight a good fight.
Michelle Obama says that it is crucial to remember that diversity has been and will forever be the greatest source of pride and strength. Michelle Obama says that the United States has a range of cultures and this diversity only causes America to be a more vibrant place for people to live and should be taken as a source of pride.
Harvey Milk says that it does not take compromise to give individuals their rights and that it takes no money in respecting the individuals. He as well say that for people to get their freedom, no political deal is involved and that removing repression does not need any survey.
Sheryl Sandberg gives a quote saying that it is necessary to have women at all levels even the ones that rank in order to change the dynamic, reshape conversation, make sure women voices are heard and regarded, and not ignored and overlooked.
From Susan B. Anthony, equality means nothing less and nothing more. Some men have fears in regard to feminism in that they are not aware of what this means. However, feminism does not involve women taking over in order to make a man less but its concerns are of equality.
Desmond Tutu says that it is amazing that all of us are made in the image of God yet there is a range of diversity among us His people. Some people apply their religious beliefs to justify their discriminate others but this quote summarizes everything.
Malala Yousafzai utters these words, I never speak for my own but the individuals who have no voice, the individuals that have strived for their rights to live peacefully, their right for fair treatment, their right to education, the right to having equal opportunities.
Barrack Obama says people should not forget that they are a part of one big family that is held together by common values, that is, the right to peaceful protests, respect for public order, and belief in equality as you discover more.
Ellen Degeneres says that treating other people just as you want to get treated, compassion, helping those in need, kindness and equality are values one ought to hold to always.
Maya Angelou says diversity makes an amazing tapestry whose threads are similar in value no matter the color they display.