Claudia Jones Quotes
Claudia Jones, née Claudia Vera Cumberbatch (21 February 1915 – 24 December 1964), was a Trinidad-born journalist and activist. As a child she migrated with her family to the US, where she became a political activist and black nationalist through Communism, using the false name Jones as "self-protective disinformation". As a result of her political activities, she was deported in 1955 and subsequently resided in the United Kingdom. She founded Britain's first major black newspaper, The West Indian Gazette (WIG), in 1958.
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The Lady with the Lamp, the Statue of Liberty, stands in New York Harbour. Her back is squarely turned on the USA. Itâ??s no wonder, considering what she would have to look upon. She would weep, if she had to face this way.
“If anything is going to halt necessary investments in next generation networks it will be Congress dictating business models to companies.”
“Cable cannot dispute the fact that they've incessantly raised rates. Cable rates continue to rise because they lack meaningful competition.”
“The people in Englewood should not suffer because they have a congressman on the Energy and Commerce Committee.”
“It's gotten a whole lot rougher out here. It used to be quiet out here. It's not like that anymore. It's like the projects really.”
Loving your child also means respecting him as a person. Treat him with the same courtesy as would a friend.