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    • Leia Justin

      The most violent element in society is Ignorance.. Emma Goldman

    • Jessica Mariin Glomp

      So true for SOOO many uneducated people I know... The most violent element in society is ignorance.

    • CaroLovesThat

      Google Image Result ( One of my favorite quotes ever. #life #lessons #inspirational #worlds #revolution #protest #true #feminism #equality #poverty #compassion #empathy #journalism #justice #homophobia #racism #social #discrimination #quotes #signs #politicians #religion #democracy

    • P T

      fight the real enemy. Food for thought

    • Nora Dzik

      What will you do to change it?

    • Elizabeth // LizzVisions

      The most violent element in society is ignorance. // quotes + literature

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