Majora Carter Quotes & Sayings

12 most famous Majora Carter quotes and sayings (activist). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

“As a black person in America, I am twice as likely as a white person to live in an area where air pollution poses the greatest risk to my health. I am five times more likely to live within walking distance of a power plant or chemical facility - which I do.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“My real dream is that everybody will see their self-interest tied up with someone else, whether or not they see them, and see that as an opportunity for growing closer together as a culture and as a world.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“Just because you have a piece of trash and you throw it away and it gets hauled away, it doesn't mean that it's not affecting someone else.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“Sustainable South Bronx advocates for environmental justice through sustainable environmental and economic development projects.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“You know, people understand fear and opportunity. It may look different, but it's really the same thing.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“We've got to decide that we want to live in a world that is sane and happy and healthy, and that everyone deserves that.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“I am a local economic revitalization strategist. But I am also a TV/radio host, and a small business owner. I find ways to use money more efficiently to realize positive goals for everyone.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“What's popular in places considered ghettos - whether that's the inner city or Appalachia - is having a decent quality of life.”
Majora Carter Quotes
“To me, charity often is just about giving, because you're supposed to, or because it's what you've always done - or it's about giving until it hurts.”
“One thing I noticed working in the Bronx is that leaders come in the craziest places. They don't always show up at community board meetings. Sometimes it's just the guys on the corner that the boys on the block respect.”

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