“…The problem (with smart young people in a hurry) is that they all want to change the world in one semester, one summer, or one year. The world doesn’t change that quickly. In fact, the world doesn’t “change” at all; it grows. And growing takes time, like a lad who drinks a lot of milk. …The folks who made a real difference in the civil rights movement committed themselves not to timelines, but to ideals like nonviolence, equality and justice.”

Ambassador Andrew Young from his book “Walk In My Shoes.”

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