I'm not a master, I'm a student-master, meaning that I have the knowledge of a master and the expertise of a master, but I'm still learning, So I'm a student-master. I don't believe in the word master, I consider the master as such when they close the casket.
All the money in the world won't boost student achievement if parents make no effort to instill in their children the values of hard work and delayed gratification.
The Audacity of Hope
It's crucial that people don't see my election as somehow a symbol of progress in the broader sense, that we don't sort of point to (me) any more than you point to a Bill Cosby or a Michael Jordan and say, "Well, things are hunky-dory." There's certainly racism here. Professors may treat black students differently, sometimes by being, sort of, more dismissive, sometimes by being more, sort of, careful because they think, you know, they think that somehow we can't cope in the classroom.
On his election to be the first black president of the Harvard Law Review in 1990
There are few sources of energy so powerful as a procrastinating grad student.
How to Start a Startup
Martin Luther King
John F. Kennedy
The Art of War
The Story of My Experiments with Truth
Man and Socialism in Cuba
How to Win Friends and Influence People
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
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