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Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to defend the Scottsboro Boys, nine Alabama teenagers who were falsely accused of rape in 1931. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 2. When Princeton's Nassau Inn refused to rent a room to contralto opera star Marian Anderson because of her skin color, Einstein invited the singer home as his guest. Their friendship lasted from 1937 until his death in 1955, and Anderson stayed with the Einsteins whenever she visited Princeton. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 3. In 1946, Einstein gave a rare speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, a historically black university, where he also accepted an honorary degree. The appearance was significant because Einstein made a habit of turning down all requests to speak at universities. During his speech, he called racism "a disease of white people." โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– โž– โž– 4. Einstein was a friend and supporter of African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson, who was blacklisted because of his civil rights work. The pair worked together in 1946 on an anti-lynching petition campaign. In 1952, when Robeson's career had bottomed out because of the blacklisting, Einstein invited Robeson to Princeton as a rebuke to the performer's public castigation. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 5. For decades, Einstein offered public encouragement to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its founder, W. E. B. Du Bois. And in 1951, when the federal government indicted the 83-year-old Du Bois as a "foreign agent," Einstein offered to appear as a character witness during the trial. The potential publicity convinced the judge to drop the case. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 6. In January 1946, Einstein published an essay, "The Negro Question," in Pageant magazine in which he called racism America's "worst disease." livescience.com AlbertEinstein @theblaquelioness 17thsoulja: Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln University (HBCU in Pennsylvania) in 1946. The Nobel prize winning scientist said: "The separation of the races is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. I do not intend to be quiet about it." Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to defend the Scottsboro Boys, nine Alabama teenagers who were falsely accused of rape in 1931. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 2. When Princeton's Nassau Inn refused to rent a room to contralto opera star Marian Anderson because of her skin color, Einstein invited the singer home as his guest. Their friendship lasted from 1937 until his death in 1955, and Anderson stayed with the Einsteins whenever she visited Princeton. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 3. In 1946, Einstein gave a rare speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, a historically black university, where he also accepted an honorary degree. The appearance was significant because Einstein made a habit of turning down all requests to speak at universities. During his speech, he called racism "a disease of white people." โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– โž– โž– 4. Einstein was a friend and supporter of African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson, who was blacklisted because of his civil rights work. The pair worked together in 1946 on an anti-lynching petition campaign. In 1952, when Robeson's career had bottomed out because of the blacklisting, Einstein invited Robeson to Princeton as a rebuke to the performer's public castigation. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 5. For decades, Einstein offered public encouragement to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its founder, W. E. B. Du Bois. And in 1951, when the federal government indicted the 83-year-old Du Bois as a "foreign agent," Einstein offered to appear as a character witness during the trial. The potential publicity convinced the judge to drop the case. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 6. In January 1946, Einstein published an essay, "The Negro Question," in Pageant magazine in which he called racism America's "worst disease." livescience.com AlbertEinstein @theblaquelioness 17thsoulja

Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to de...

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Via: @vybesource ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ˜Š "Don't settle for someone who doesn't inspire you physically, emotionally & intellectually. Forever is a long time fo...

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Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to defend the Scottsboro Boys, nine Alabama teenagers who were falsely accused of rape in 1931. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 2. When Princeton's Nassau Inn refused to rent a room to contralto opera star Marian Anderson because of her skin color, Einstein invited the singer home as his guest. Their friendship lasted from 1937 until his death in 1955, and Anderson stayed with the Einsteins whenever she visited Princeton. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 3. In 1946, Einstein gave a rare speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, a historically black university, where he also accepted an honorary degree. The appearance was significant because Einstein made a habit of turning down all requests to speak at universities. During his speech, he called racism "a disease of white people." โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– โž– โž– 4. Einstein was a friend and supporter of African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson, who was blacklisted because of his civil rights work. The pair worked together in 1946 on an anti-lynching petition campaign. In 1952, when Robeson's career had bottomed out because of the blacklisting, Einstein invited Robeson to Princeton as a rebuke to the performer's public castigation. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 5. For decades, Einstein offered public encouragement to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its founder, W. E. B. Du Bois. And in 1951, when the federal government indicted the 83-year-old Du Bois as a "foreign agent," Einstein offered to appear as a character witness during the trial. The potential publicity convinced the judge to drop the case. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 6. In January 1946, Einstein published an essay, "The Negro Question," in Pageant magazine in which he called racism America's "worst disease." livescience.com AlbertEinstein theblaquelioness: Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln University (HBCU in Pennsylvania) in 1946. The Nobel prize winning scientist said: "The separation of the races is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. I do not intend to be quiet about it. Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to defend the Scottsboro Boys, nine Alabama teenagers who were falsely accused of rape in 1931. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 2. When Princeton's Nassau Inn refused to rent a room to contralto opera star Marian Anderson because of her skin color, Einstein invited the singer home as his guest. Their friendship lasted from 1937 until his death in 1955, and Anderson stayed with the Einsteins whenever she visited Princeton. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 3. In 1946, Einstein gave a rare speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, a historically black university, where he also accepted an honorary degree. The appearance was significant because Einstein made a habit of turning down all requests to speak at universities. During his speech, he called racism "a disease of white people." โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– โž– โž– 4. Einstein was a friend and supporter of African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson, who was blacklisted because of his civil rights work. The pair worked together in 1946 on an anti-lynching petition campaign. In 1952, when Robeson's career had bottomed out because of the blacklisting, Einstein invited Robeson to Princeton as a rebuke to the performer's public castigation. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 5. For decades, Einstein offered public encouragement to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its founder, W. E. B. Du Bois. And in 1951, when the federal government indicted the 83-year-old Du Bois as a "foreign agent," Einstein offered to appear as a character witness during the trial. The potential publicity convinced the judge to drop the case. โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 6. In January 1946, Einstein published an essay, "The Negro Question," in Pageant magazine in which he called racism America's "worst disease." livescience.com AlbertEinstein theblaquelioness

Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž–โž– 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to de...

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We all have secrets, problems that we have buried deep down, hoping to never have to deal with. We have all made mistakes, stayed for too long, left too early, not read enough, loved too quickly, run away at the first sign of having our feelings hurt. Everyone reading this has insecurities and fears, but the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. It's all inside of your head, let it out. Share your story, share your journey, share your life. You are the person that you are because of your experiences, the books that you have read and the people who you have shared or had your life interrupted by. You didn't ask to be born, you didn't choose your family, you were born innocent. So never feel guilty for existing, if you have privileges acknowledging them and then taking down barriers that have been place in the way of others, will set you free. Physical barriers but for the well off, protected by the police, the armies, their tall walls and gates, all so that they can live their dry existences, only ever socialising and sharing with other well off people... What a boring life. Mental barriers that we all develop over time, because we have been hurt, wisdom coming from pain... But now they imprison us, some find it difficult to love, so difficult that they never love again. Missing out on having a family or starting a new one, dying alone. Many develop spiritual barriers, never really connecting with themselves, because they are scared of what they will find within their own thoughts, they are worried about what they have buried deep within in their sub conscious. Worry is interest paid in advance on a debt that you may never owe. Building up emotional debts to yourself is horrible, "Feelings are just visitors, let them come and go." ~Mooji Once you have opened up and shared, real friends will stay and the fake friends will disappear, but if they are fake, you didn't want them in your life anyway. chakabars: "Why do you have scars? "I've been fighting." "Who against?" "Myself." We all have secrets, problems that we have buried deep down, hoping to never have to deal with. We have all made mistakes, stayed for too long, left too early, not read enough, loved too quickly, run away at the first sign of having our feelings hurt. Everyone reading this has insecurities and fears, but the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. It's all inside of your head, let it out. Share your story, share your journey, share your life. You are the person that you are because of your experiences, the books that you have read and the people who you have shared or had your life interrupted by. You didn't ask to be born, you didn't choose your family, you were born innocent. So never feel guilty for existing, if you have privileges acknowledging them and then taking down barriers that have been place in the way of others, will set you free. Physical barriers but for the well off, protected by the police, the armies, their tall walls and gates, all so that they can live their dry existences, only ever socialising and sharing with other well off people... What a boring life. Mental barriers that we all develop over time, because we have been hurt, wisdom coming from pain... But now they imprison us, some find it difficult to love, so difficult that they never love again. Missing out on having a family or starting a new one, dying alone. Many develop spiritual barriers, never really connecting with themselves, because they are scared of what they will find within their own thoughts, they are worried about what they have buried deep within in their sub conscious. Worry is interest paid in advance on a debt that you may never owe. Building up emotional debts to yourself is horrible, "Feelings are just visitors, let them come and go." ~Mooji Once you have opened up and shared, real friends will stay and the fake friends will disappear, but if they are fake, you didn't want them in your life anyway. chakabars

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Kuala Nerang, Malaysia: "It was the most poignant example of a motherโ€™s love for her child. 101-year-old Meliah Md Diah took care of her physically challenged son, 63, till the day she passed away. Despite being riddled with problems of old age Diah never complained while caring for her son. According to her niece Siti Jaleha Yunus, who lives next door to her aunt complained of shortness of breath and she was immediately taken to her son, during her last minutes, Abdul Rahman was next to her. Diah's son, Abdul Rahman Saud, who is physically challenged, and cannot talk or walk. According to reports in The Star, though her memory faded with age, she never forgot to tend to her son's every need or forget his name. In this increasingly callous world, this heartbreaking story serves as a reminder of the strength, beauty and purity of the mother-child bond." โค theblaquelioness: A mother's love truly lasts for a lifetime This 101-year-old mother cared for her 63-year-old disabled son until her death Kuala Nerang, Malaysia: "It was the most poignant example of a motherโ€™s love for her child. 101-year-old Meliah Md Diah took care of her physically challenged son, 63, till the day she passed away. Despite being riddled with problems of old age Diah never complained while caring for her son. According to her niece Siti Jaleha Yunus, who lives next door to her aunt complained of shortness of breath and she was immediately taken to her son, during her last minutes, Abdul Rahman was next to her. Diah's son, Abdul Rahman Saud, who is physically challenged, and cannot talk or walk. According to reports in The Star, though her memory faded with age, she never forgot to tend to her son's every need or forget his name. In this increasingly callous world, this heartbreaking story serves as a reminder of the strength, beauty and purity of the mother-child bond." โค theblaquelioness

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ะžะฑั€ะฐั‚ะฝั‹ะต ั‡ะฐัั‹. ะšั€ะพัˆะตั‡ะฝั‹ั… ะฟะปะฐัั‚ะธะบะพะฒั‹ะต ัˆะฐั€ะธะบะธ ะผะตะฝะตะต ะฟะปะพั‚ะฝั‹ะต, ั‡ะตะผ ะฒะพะดะฐ, ะธ, ั‚ะฐะบะธะผ ะพะฑั€ะฐะทะพะผ, ะฟะพะดะฝะธะผะฐัŽั‚ัั ะบ ะฒะตั€ั…ะฝะตะน ั‡ะฐัั‚ะธ ั‡ะฐัะพะฒ ะฟะพะด ะดะตะนัั‚ะฒะธะตะผ ะฒั‹ั‚ะฐะปะบะธะฒะฐัŽั‰ะตะน ัะธะปั‹ ะฒ ัะพะพั‚ะฒะตั‚ัั‚ะฒะธะธ ั ะฟั€ะธะฝั†ะธะฟะพะผ ะั€ั…ะธะผะตะดะฐ. ะญั‚ะพั‚ ะฟั€ะพั†ะตัั ะทะฐะฝะธะผะฐะตั‚ ะฟะพั‡ั‚ะธ 6 ะผะธะฝัƒั‚. by @physicsfun: Hacbl Hao6opoT OTEC INC @physics fun ะžะฑั€ะฐั‚ะฝั‹ะต ั‡ะฐัั‹. ะšั€ะพัˆะตั‡ะฝั‹ั… ะฟะปะฐัั‚ะธะบะพะฒั‹ะต ัˆะฐั€ะธะบะธ ะผะตะฝะตะต ะฟะปะพั‚ะฝั‹ะต, ั‡ะตะผ ะฒะพะดะฐ, ะธ, ั‚ะฐะบะธะผ ะพะฑั€ะฐะทะพะผ, ะฟะพะดะฝะธะผะฐัŽั‚ัั ะบ ะฒะตั€ั…ะฝะตะน ั‡ะฐัั‚ะธ ั‡ะฐัะพะฒ ะฟะพะด ะดะตะนัั‚ะฒะธะตะผ ะฒั‹ั‚ะฐะปะบะธะฒะฐัŽั‰ะตะน ัะธะปั‹ ะฒ ัะพะพั‚ะฒะตั‚ัั‚ะฒะธะธ ั ะฟั€ะธะฝั†ะธะฟะพะผ ะั€ั…ะธะผะตะดะฐ. ะญั‚ะพั‚ ะฟั€ะพั†ะตัั ะทะฐะฝะธะผะฐะตั‚ ะฟะพั‡ั‚ะธ 6 ะผะธะฝัƒั‚. by @physicsfun
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"Do not dwell in the past. Focus your mind on the present moment"๐ŸŒธ Worries about calories, weight and food belong to the past. Since I was 12 I suffered from an eating disorder and instead of getting better I got worse as the years passed. Calories were the main thoughts since then, as well as food in general and my weight. I lived in my own little world, isolated from everyone and everything else, I didn't let anyone get too close to me except of my best friends with whom I felt so normal. My life was ruled by an illness which actually only existed in my head. It's sad that so many don't even understand eating disorders or mental illnesses in general. It's not for attention and the pictures I post (sadly) aren't fake. What this illness can do to you is unbelievable, even for me. Some on here say the way I looked before, can't be me, it's either photoshopped or another person. Well, guess what - it's also difficult to me to believe I looked like that, but, unfortunately, I did. It's obvious I look totally different to a few years ago, I'm older and I weigh twice the amount I did back then. With 16(left) I looked like 10 and felt like a 99 year-old. I was aware of the fact I could die and I felt sorry for my mum who cried because she was scared of losing another person, but I just couldn't stop. It took me almost 4 years to actually gain the weight back. 9 months of hospitalisation, followed by ups and downs and gladly, since last year, everything went upwards and I managed to recover - physically and mentally. It always seemed impossible to get healthy but I made it. Thanks to the ones who were always by my side and luckily, I found the will to finally do it." Credit โฉ @havetorecover โช ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ .: ใƒณ "Do not dwell in the past. Focus your mind on the present moment"๐ŸŒธ Worries about calories, weight and food belong to the past. Since I was 12 I suffered from an eating disorder and instead of getting better I got worse as the years passed. Calories were the main thoughts since then, as well as food in general and my weight. I lived in my own little world, isolated from everyone and everything else, I didn't let anyone get too close to me except of my best friends with whom I felt so normal. My life was ruled by an illness which actually only existed in my head. It's sad that so many don't even understand eating disorders or mental illnesses in general. It's not for attention and the pictures I post (sadly) aren't fake. What this illness can do to you is unbelievable, even for me. Some on here say the way I looked before, can't be me, it's either photoshopped or another person. Well, guess what - it's also difficult to me to believe I looked like that, but, unfortunately, I did. It's obvious I look totally different to a few years ago, I'm older and I weigh twice the amount I did back then. With 16(left) I looked like 10 and felt like a 99 year-old. I was aware of the fact I could die and I felt sorry for my mum who cried because she was scared of losing another person, but I just couldn't stop. It took me almost 4 years to actually gain the weight back. 9 months of hospitalisation, followed by ups and downs and gladly, since last year, everything went upwards and I managed to recover - physically and mentally. It always seemed impossible to get healthy but I made it. Thanks to the ones who were always by my side and luckily, I found the will to finally do it." Credit โฉ @havetorecover โช ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฎ .

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BEAUTIFUL STORY There once was a little boy who had a bad temper . His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper , he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence post. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence post. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence post. Finally the day came when the boy didnโ€™t lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, โ€˜You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It wonโ€™t matter how many times you say Iโ€™m sorry , the wound is still there. โ€˜ A verbal wound is as bad as a physical one! MORAL LESSON: Words Hurts or heals. Ask yourself โ€œWHAT HAS YOURS DONE TODAY?โ€ The words you use might also be a blessing to others or a curse unto you.: "IT WON'T MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU SAY I'M SORRY WHEN YOU SAY THINGS IN ANGER, THEY LEAVE A SCAR" UMBLR @islam4everyone BEAUTIFUL STORY There once was a little boy who had a bad temper . His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper , he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence post. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence post. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence post. Finally the day came when the boy didnโ€™t lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, โ€˜You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It wonโ€™t matter how many times you say Iโ€™m sorry , the wound is still there. โ€˜ A verbal wound is as bad as a physical one! MORAL LESSON: Words Hurts or heals. Ask yourself โ€œWHAT HAS YOURS DONE TODAY?โ€ The words you use might also be a blessing to others or a curse unto you.

BEAUTIFUL STORY There once was a little boy who had a bad temper . His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he los...

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