Gil Scott-Heron Quote: “I’ve always had questions about what…”

I’ve always had questions about what it meant to be a protester, to be in the minority. Are the people who are trying to find peace, who are trying to have the Constitution apply to everybody, are they really the radicals? We’re not protesting from the outside. We’re inside.

Gil Scott-Heron


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Name: Gil Scott-Heron
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: April 1, 1949
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