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  • Selina Kongngoen

    22. Meaningful Quote From an African American: "Attacking people with disabilities is the lowest display of power I can think of." -Morgan Freeman "Morgan Freeman Quote." Global Autism Awareness. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Feb. 2013.

  • Leah Richards

    Attacking people with disabilities is the lowest display of power I can think of ~Morgan Freeman This man speaks truth

  • Abigail Avilez

    Actor Morgan Freedman takes a Leadership role when he uses his popularity as an actor to create awareness when he takes a stance on abuse suffered by people with disabilities when he states that "attacking people with disabilities is the lowest Display of power I can think of." Other actors rather come out all drunk in Television or making a fool out of themselves in Clubs (Paris Hilton, Rappers, Artisit) (Talk about drugs and partying but not these problems .

  • Rachael Pollard

    yea morgan freeman! i might have to make him his own quote board he's so awesome

  • Bradnet (Bradford)

    Various inspiring quotes

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Attacking people with disabilities is the lowest display of power I can think of ~Morgan Freeman

So true! Had to deal with an ignorant women this week. Pls people just think before speaking #Autism awareness!!! STOP JUDGING & START CARING

"Leading causes of disability." Really? From looking around, I think the leading cause is pure laziness on top of the economy, but #1, laziness. Now, if you could weed those people out ...

Powerful words people have actually said.

disability awareness. I only pinned this because I want to say that I find this very aggressive, no need to be angry with people on the street who just don't know how to react properly. If they did look could you just as easily have a sign that says " Stop Staring ". People who avert their eyes are only guilty of bad manners, lets not be bad mannered also.

People in the novel kept complaining while at the same time obeying an oppressive government. They worked for it and gave it more and more power. The Guerillas seemed the only ones who got off the plank the government was sitting on .

I love laughing to Audrey, oh how I wish we could have been friends.

In a 2005 interview with The Guardian, Hawking responded to a question about whether he gets "surges of rage" about his disability. "It is a waste of time to be angry about my disability," he told the paper. "One has to get on with life and I haven't done badly."

don't belittle, condemn, or squash someone else to make yourself feel better...you just end up looking foolish.