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You know when you see work that makes you cry, you're doing the right work.
The streets are not just lanes of tarmacs—the streets are the veins of the city, and the people are the blood that keep it going. Listen to that beating heart, and remember that the streets belong to us, and it is our duty to help everybody that lives in them.
Real change is made when lots of people do a little, and we all have that capacity.
By helping those who are less fortunate than us, we are helping ourselves, too. We are helping to provide a brighter future for everyone around us, and for our children.
Inclusive communities prosper. Marginalized communities fail.
Idealism without pragmatism is misguided, and pragmatism without ideals is cold and mechanical.
I’ve always been intrigued by women’s stories, and I felt like as a filmmaker, you tell the stories that you know. You tell the stories that you understand.
“The reason that I love community – and the reason I love people so much – is because all of this (the Highlander Neighborhood) has happened because of really community-focused, forward-thinking, and if we’re honest, brave early investors. It involves actual artists, artists who live across the street, artists that are from this neighborhood who have helped 75 North in this community, in this effort to revitalize that involves the City of Omaha, educators, committed parents and stakeholders.”
Being comfortable is one of the worst things you can do for yourself because it's not until you're uncomfortable that you become comfortable with yourself.
I was trying to relate or to belong to a particular community and I wanted to share all these different things, but I didn't know exactly what it is I wanted to share. I didn't know who I was, I didn't know what my interests or goals were. It was extremely hard to connect with people because I didn't know what I wanted to connect with.
It's important to understand that while we're building our communities, we really have to do everything we can to support it.
If one of us succeeds, then all of us succeed.
Community doesn't start with finding people that you can share these experiences it. Community starts with finding yourself.
I truly believe that if we had more conflict in the world, we would have less violence.
I don't sit on the fence...if I'm trying to sit on the fence I'm not standing for anything. It's always better to say this is who I am. This is what I stand for. This is the message I want to get out. In political roles, people appreciate the courage.'
Magid Magid AKA. Lord Mayor of Sheffield
What I have tried to do with the role is to make it more influential...a platform where it wasn't before...where people are listening and people care
Fantasy was my refuge, and this was my way of building courage to confront the world—to confront reality.
You cannot go blindly into the unknown. You always need feedback.
"I only took this leadership role, this is very classic in the political world and in the business world, because people asked me to and talked me into thinking I could do it not because I assumed I could ... And so they did. Three wise women sat me down and said 'you can do this'."
Mary Johanna Brown
Every time I do an act for somebody else, it is self-fulfilling, but it also brings me closer to the things that I care about later.
Create a narrative that allows anyone to master the movement themselves.
We want to feel as if we can truly do something for somebody else.
It feels good to belong to issues and causes.
The challenge with empathy is keeping people in empathetic states isn’t a long-term solution for most. We can use empathy to inspire emotion but we have to help them move that emotion to deeper care.
Empathy is built in with every single human being.
Typography can be very expressive but also it should work with the photography and compete against it.