From “Lincoln 365,” by Arnold Kunst
[Lincoln] ‘treated Negroes as they wanted to be treated - as human beings... Negro visitors to the White House were treated without false heartiness, but without any sign of disdain. Never condescending, Lincoln did not talk down to Negroes, nor did he spell out his thoughts in one-syllable language of the first reader.'
- Frederick Douglass
“No dream is worth striving for unless it is big enough for the God of the universe to romp about in.”
- Arnold Kunst