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I hope they're still making women like my momma. She always told me to do the right thing. She always told me to have pride in myself; she said a good name is better than money.
She clawed in bits of glass and brick,
Then lifted out a shoe.
"O, here's the shoe my baby wore
But, baby, where are you?"
A poet is not a jukebox, so don't tell me what to write.
"Mother dear, may I go downtown
Instead of out to play,
And march the streets of Birmingham
In a Freedom March today?"
"No, baby, no, you may not go,
For the dogs are fierce and wild,
And clubs and hoses, guns and jails
Aren't good for a little child."
The one-time cotton picker was now the heavyweight champion of the world.
Let me tell you, that was a thrill. Now, even more, I knew I had to get Schmeling good.
On his military service:
I have only done what any red-blooded American would do. We gonna do our part, and we will win, because we are on God's side.
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The seeds of great discoveries are constantly floating around us, but they only take root in minds well-prepared to receive them.
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Joseph Louis Barrow, best known as Joe Louis and nicknamed the "Brown Bomber", was an American professional boxer who competed from 1934 to 1951.
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