LET US THINK OF EDUCATION AS THE MEANS OF DEVELOPING OUR GREATEST ABILITIES, BECAUSE IN EACH OF US THERE IS A PRIVATE HOPE AND DREAM WHICH FULFILLED CAN BE TRANSLATED INTO BENEFIT FOR EVERYONE AND GREATER STRENGTH FOR OUR NATION. ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND EVERYONE SHOULD TRY.

John F. Kennedy (via quoteallthethings)

"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)
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"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)
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"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)
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"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)
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"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)
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"That’s the first time an American president said that morally, black people in this country were right. That was not said in the Emancipation Proclamation, it set them free. Kennedy got on the side of what the blacks were seeking.”  -Sander Vanocur (NBC White House Correspondent)