the attitude of the imprissoned by WEB du Bois

“The attitudes of an imprisoned” group could take one of three forms:

  1. a feeling of revolt and revenge;
  2. an attempt to adjust all thought and action to the will of the greater groups;
  3. or, a determined attempt at self-development, self-realization, in spite of envisioning discouragements and prejudice”

W.E.B. Du Bois (African American scholar and activist)

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Churchill in short.

The British Bulldog

The British Bulldog

I have been giving a fair number of talks lately, and have begun to look at the works of more renowned speakers with a view to improving my game.¬†Obviously Churchill, whose ability is legendary, had to get a look in. Looking through this speech I understand why he has such an excellent rep and decided to share this with you. Enjoy…

The Story of Winston Churchill’s “Never Give In” Speech of 1941

by Ron Kurtus (revised 26 July 2012)

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