Education in the past has been too much inspiration and too little information.
Every woman must own her story; otherwise we are all part of the silence.
I don’t want to be someone in my sixties holding on to a group that I created when I was in my twenties.
In my 20s I was such a serious, boring-looking person. I would never do my nails. I never even danced. But I was taught by the women. They had gone through hell, but they would dance and sing. I came to realise I can’t argue for a happy world if I am not happy myself.
America faces a new race that has awakened.
In every single culture I encountered, there were always women who defied cultural norms to do what they believed was right for them. This phenomenon has never been related to how rich, poor, successful or not successful the woman may be.
The closer a Negro got to the ballot box, the more he looked like a rapist.
Leadership is about encouraging women to break their silence and tell their stories to the world.
I grew up with injustice and could do nothing about it. But once in America, I had freedom of choice.
As women, we must speak out, speak up, say no to our inheritance of loss and yes to a future of women-led dialogue about women’s rights and value.