|2278. Go and carry the news. One more soul got safe.|
Attributed to Harriet Tubman, 1820?-1913 Abolitionist
|2279. I never ran my train off the track. And I never lost a passenger.|
Harriet Tubman, 1820?-1913 Abolitionist
|2280. We will never separate ourselves voluntarily from the slave population
in this country; they are our brethren by the ties of consanguinity, of suffering
and of wrong; and we feel there is more virtue in suffering privations with then
than fancied advantage for a season.|
Richard Allen 1760-1831 AME Church founder
|2281. I don't believe the accident of birth makes people sisters or brothers. It
makes them siblings.... Sisterhood and brotherhood is a condition people have
to work at.|
Maya Angelou, 1928- Novelist and Poet
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Publication information: Book title: African American Quotations. Contributors: Richard Newman - Author. Publisher: Oryx Press. Place of publication: Phoenix. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 361.
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