"I don’t give a damn if you are black, white, or any color in between. I don’t care if you’re Christian, you’re Muslim, you’re gay, you’re straight, I am here to fight for your equality. Because I believe that we are all born equal, but we are not treated equally and that is why we must fight. We must fight for the equality of every man, woman, and child regardless of race, religion, color, creed, and sexual orientation.” - Logic & Khalid Perform "1-800-273-8255" | 2017 VMAs | MTV #logic#khalid#alessiacara#18002738255#vmas2017#peaceloveharmony#everybody#powerfulspeech#thankyou
Since his energetic and stunning speech during the opening ceremony of the SEA games, I was determined to take him as my speech idol. No stuttering, no nervosity just confidence and powerful words. Well, we all have things to learn so, this being the first step to a better presentation. His Malay and English was so precise and on point. I felt like he did not even said a word wrongly. Great generation starts with great idols. ❤ #KhairyJamaluddin#seagames2017#openingceremony#powerfulspeech#justnice#idol
I've never been so proud of being a chaplain as today. The senior chaplain for Washington County, aka Debbie Shields, aka my former supervisor, represented us all with such a passion! Love you, sister. Thanks for speaking truth! #peacegathering#chaplaincy#powerfulspeech
Why I love Louis march first thing first is I love this man cuz from I met him he never and I meant never goes a couple weeks without linking just to check in on my boys and myself ....secondly man is from scarbz and came to the falstaff event right after the robin banks BBQ fundraiser in the west end thirdly I still have yet to find someone that fully understands what I do why I do it and the struggle that comes with it but no matter what he always makes positive out of everything can't bring no negatives vibes his way love you Louis BMDs sponsor #zerogunviolencemovement#torontohas2differentrealities#powerfulspeech#listenup @louismarch.to
Watching speeches of previous people who excepted the Jimmy V award at the espys Craig Sagers speech was absolutely touching and amazing I've had cancer hit my family hard in the last three years and it's something that isn't going away any time soon but when you hear brave words from other people who are or were in the battle it makes you appreciate the time you have with those brave individuals I'll never forget those I've lost and those I still have with me all I can do is continue to show my love support and respect for their courage and battle and do everything I can to spread awareness about life and the ups and downs that someone close to you or you know maybe going through Live, Laugh, Think, and Cry it's what will help you get through life and have no regrets.... #life#cancer#craigsager#jimmyvalvano#laughthinkcry#enjoylifeandeverysecondyouhave#fightagainstcancer#powerfulspeech#wordsofstrength
"Sucess is not determined by financial wealth but by our capacity to build communities and help one another" "Progress and change do not lie in individual hands" "Your generation has sent a powerful message about environmental conservation and sustainability" "If you elevate others you elevate yourself". 👏🏻🎉✊🏻🎊#powerfulspeech#inspired#mysistaisgraduating#concordiauniversity#graduation 👩🏼🎓✨❤️
Every so often a piece of work comes along that leaves me overly inspired, which is what Lift Off by @dlive87 did today. This small book is Donovan's Harvard Graduate School of Education convocation speech from 2016 which dives into the world of inequality, race and complacency in education. What makes it so special is Donovan's poetic and beautiful way with words. If you only pick up one thing this year, it should be this. . . Education has always been important to me and I feel very lucky that I have had incredible education systems at my reach my entire life. Knowing that isn't the case for everyone is heartbreaking and isn't something we should ignore. One quote from Lift Off that struck a cord with me was "An injustice is telling them they are stars, without acknowledging the night that surrounds them. Injustice is telling them education is the key, while you continue to change the locks." I won't continue to ramble on about this because my words will do no justice to this powerful piece of work. You must read it for yourself! . . What has inspired you?