Race And Gender quotes:

  • Your race and gender don't change, but you can choose to change your political affiliation at will. -- John Podhoretz
  • The modern campus is deeply obsessed by race and gender, and not much else. -- John Leo
  • Homosexuality is genetically hardwired but race and gender are only ideas. OK. Just trying to keep up. -- Jim Goad
  • When feminism does not explicitly oppose racism, and when antiracism does not incorporate opposition to patriarchy, race and gender politics often end up being antagonistic to each other and both interests lose. -- Kimberle Williams Crenshaw
  • There are still traces of discrimination against race and gender, but it's a lot different than when I started out. It just comes quietly, slowly, sometimes so quietly that you don't realize it until you start looking back. -- Eddie Bernice Johnson
  • Government employees move up the ladder through educational credentials rather than merit. People are given jobs and promotions based on seniority, race and gender rather than ability or talent. Such a system often overlooks the deserving and rewards the incompetent. There is no payoff for achievement. -- James Cook
  • For me, Barack Obama's election was a milestone of the most extraordinary kind. On the day he was elected I felt such hope in my heart. I thought we were seeing the beginning of a new era of equal opportunity across race and gender such as America had never known before. -- Jesse Jackson
  • Everybody brings their thing to their criticism. I bring this wealth of opinions and feeling and knowledge about race and gender and sexuality. I feel like I have it, I may as well express it, and if it's applicable to what I'm writing about and I'm not forcing it, I should try to use it, because it's interesting. It speaks to more than some people. -- Wesley Morris
  • I dont see things with gender, race and culture -- Rad Hourani
  • Once you open up the Pandora's box of race and gender... you're never done. -- Kara Walker
  • We must focus on people as people, regardless of race, creed, color or gender. -- Mills Lane
  • We must focus on people as people, regardless of race, creed, color or gender. -- Mills Lane
  • Painting is situational. And my particular situation exists within gender, race, class, sexuality, nation. -- Kehinde Wiley
  • If someone believes they are limited by their gender, race or background, they will become more limited. -- Carly Fiorina
  • I believe all men, all women, regardless of race, gender, socioeconomic background, you deserve the same rights. -- Sophia Bush
  • Race, gender, religion, sexuality, we are all people and that's it. We're all people. We're all equal. -- Connor Franta
  • I had observed people whose identity crises around race seemed analogous to other people's identity crises around gender. -- Jess Row
  • I don't care what gender someone is, or what race they are. Those things don't matter to me. -- Louie Gohmert
  • Violence doesn't have a race, a class, a religion, or a nationality, but it does have a gender. -- Rebecca Solnit
  • The mystic, identifying neither with his-her race-religion-gender nor with any mind-made blunder, lives and dies in One's splendor. -- Fakeer Ishavardas
  • Choosing a Board of Directors based on race and gender is a lousy way to run a company. -- T. J. Rodgers
  • It is not gender, nor age, nor race, but your ability to work hard at what you love. -- Cory Doctorow
  • Here we meet, on the page, naked and unadorned: shorn of class, race, gender, sexual identity, age and nationality. -- Will Self
  • So why, after prior successes, did Obama's race/class/gender attack finally sputter out like the French at Waterloo? -- Victor Davis Hanson
  • I'm the result of upbringing, class, race, gender, social prejudices, and economics. So I'm a victim again. A result. -- James Hillman
  • Do not ghettoize society by putting people into legal categories of gender, race, ethnicity, language, or other such characteristics. -- Preston Manning
  • Eating is our earliest metaphor, preceding our consciousness of gender difference, race, nationality, and language. We eat before we talk. -- Margaret Atwood
  • True equality means holding everyone accountable in the same way, regardless of race, gender, faith, ethnicity - or political ideology. -- Monica Crowley
  • I've never treated anyone badly or in a discriminatory way based on their gender, race, religion or sexuality - period. -- Mel Gibson
  • If you think about the way the hearings were structured, the hearings were really about Thomas' race and my gender. -- Anita Hill
  • Whether we're talking about race or gender or class, popular culture is where the pedagogy is, it's where the learning is. -- bell hooks
  • Religiosity turns out to be the best indicator of civic involvement: it's more accurate than education, age, income, gender or race. -- Jonathan Sacks
  • ... religious insults are considered acceptable even by those who decry slurs about race, ethnicity, and gender. Religious people seem to deserve such treatment. -- William Murchison
  • I think everyone is bi, right? There's no such thing as sexual orientation, or race, or gender. Those are all obsolete man-made concepts. -- Eric Andre
  • Class, race, sexuality, gender and all other categories by which we categorize and dismiss each other need to be excavated from the inside. -- Dorothy Allison
  • We have a man [Donald Trump] who judges people based on their performance regardless of your gender, race, your ethnic or religious background. -- Chris Christie
  • Gender and race got very entwined in the 19th century, as abolition broke out, and then women wanted the right to speak about it. -- Sue Monk Kidd
  • If I can use my platform to affect change in gender, as I can in race, then I think I can have an impact. -- Nate Parker
  • Not unlike gender reassignment surgery, someone determines that they are of a different race on the inside and they wish to surgically correct that. -- Jess Row
  • So much has happened to obscure the dialogue about race and about gender and discrimination in general, especially where those things touch on economics. -- Tracy Chapman
  • Depression as one example is an illness that has a chemical basis, but also is deeply embedded in cultural norms about gender, social class, race. -- Jonathan Michel Metzl
  • Yearning is the word that best describes a common psychological state shared by many of us, cutting across boundaries of race, class, gender, and sexual practice. -- bell hooks
  • Capitalism knows only one color: that color is green; all else is necessarily subservient to it, hence, race, gender and ethnicity cannot be considered within it. -- Thomas Sowell
  • It's interesting, gender versus race. I think people say that to women more: 'Oh, you're my favorite female.' They wouldn't say 'favorite black comic.' -- Ilana Glazer
  • In our hearts and in our laws, we must treat all our people with fairness and dignity, regardless of their race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. . . . -- William J. Clinton
  • Remember and help America remember that the fellowship of human beings is more important than the fellowship of race and class and gender in a democratic society. -- Marian Wright Edelman
  • For me, diversity whether you think of it as race or gender, it's not a trend, it's a human movement, it's a human feeling, it's a human desire. -- Iman Abdulmajid
  • The free market promotes self-worth, self-sufficiency, shared values, and honest dealings, which enhance the individual, the family, and the community. It discriminates against no race, religion, or gender. -- Mark Levin
  • The battle rages eternal, though the race, religion, gender or sexual orientation of those discriminated against changes regularly. Maybe man's need for a scapegoat is genetically programmed into him. -- Josh Lanyon
  • People have evolved into something selfish, greedy and intolerant. People are unaccepting, because of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation... I've seen it in punk clubs, and I've seen it in the world. -- Gerard Way
  • It's very strange how electronic music formatted itself and forgot that its roots are about the surprise, freedom, and the acceptance of every race, gender, and style of music into this big party. -- Thomas Bangalter