Randall Kennedy Quotes & Sayings

20 most famous Randall Kennedy quotes and sayings (educator). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Randall Kennedy Quotes
“If you are socially isolated, you are more vulnerable to stereotypes and myths; you won't have the opportunity to have conversations with someone who has a different social background than you.”
“Although skin color is undoubtedly the most salient signal of racial identity in America, other actual or imagined bodily features have also been seen as distinctive markers of Negritude. These include the shapes of heads, feet, lips, and noses as well as the texture of hair.”
“I think that many black people thought this would be a wonderful and extraordinary thing, for a black family to occupy the White House. Not only black people; a lot of white people thought that, too, but particularly black people.”
“So long as procreation stems from parents of the same race, appearance and lineage are typically congruent. Interracial unions give rise to added complexity. Interracial amalgamation will produce some individuals whose features diverge from those commonly ascribed to the races of their ancestors.”
Randall Kennedy Quotes
“I was born in Columbia in 1954, the year the Supreme Court invalidated racial segregation in public schools. I visited frequently but did not live there.”
Randall Kennedy Quotes
“I will say go into the world and try to find good people that feel genuine affection and love for you, and disregard everything else about their background.”
Randall Kennedy Quotes
“In elite, primarily white institutions, there are many blacks who have white wives. So much so that sometimes there is almost the assumption that I would be married to a white woman.”
Randall Kennedy Quotes
“The biggest accomplishment, in racial terms, for Barack Obama was being elected. He had to overcome his blackness to be elected. He climbed the Mt. Everest of American politics, becoming an historic first.”
“The perception of linked fate and that feeling of being always on the spot as a representative of the race, at least in mixed company, are features of African American life that predate affirmative action and arise outside of its presence.”
Randall Kennedy Quotes
“Any successful black person will have to face suspicion within his or her own community about his or her loyalty to other blacks.”

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