The presumption you would start a movement to “save” anybody, and then not have the movement led by those people. How presumptuous. Imagine a civil rights movement without African Americans, or a women’s movement without women. — Gloria White-Hammond
Excerpted from FIGHTING FOR DARFUR. Copyright © 2011.
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