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Who Said It? Famous African Americans

Match the quotation with the person who said it. In some cases, these are not true quotations, but stylized versions to help you learn Black history.

An injustice to one, is an injustice to allMartin Luther King, Jr.
Ain't I a woman?Sojourner Truth
Follow the north starHarriet Tubman
Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles...overcome while trying to succeed.Booker T. Washington
The Souls of Black Folk can best be elevated through intellectual pursuitsW.E.B. DuBois
Keep the hope alive!Jesse Jackson
We can find dignity and honor by going back home to our original home -- AfricaMarcus Garvey
Agitate, agitate, agitate. There is no progress without struggleFrederick Douglas
I know why the caged bird singsMaya Angelou
Until the killing of a black mother's son becomes as important as the killing of a white mother's son, we cannot restElla Baker
I leave you a thirst for educationMary McCloud Bethune
In union (the brotherhood of sleeping car porters), there is strengthA. Phillip Randolph
I've known rivers: ancient dusky rivers. My soul has grown deep like the rivers.Langston Hughes
Schools that claim to be separate but equal are anything butThurgood Marshall
Black Power!Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Toure)
Power to the People!Huey Newton
I shall not be moved from my seat on the busRosa Parks
Go down Moses, Way down to Egypt's lan', And tell ol' Pharaoh, to let--my--people go! Let my people go!Paul Robeson
Stop the lynching!Ida B. Wells-Barnet
My country tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, of thee I singMarion Anderson
The achievements of Negros properly set forth [in history books] will crown them as factors in human progress and modern civilizationCarter G. Woodson
If I can do it, you can do it!Ophrah Winfrey

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