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  • The introduction of Harriet Tubman is going to be very exciting, she's a real life superhero so for us to be able to feature her this season is groundbreaking for a television series.

    Real   Superhero   Able  
    Source: lasentinel.net
  • I also think it's important for us to hold our elected officials accountable and part of how you do that is simple, call them and let them know when you agree or disagree with what their decisions are and suggest how they should come out on certain legislation that important to you.

    Source: lasentinel.net
  • Democracy only works, as President [Barack] Obama spoke of in his farewell message, if it's driven by the people and the people stay active and vigilant and speak out and let their concerns be known.

    Source: lasentinel.net
  • I enjoy being surprised.

    Enjoy  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • People talk about Jim Crow as if it's dead. Jim Crow isn't gone. It's adjusted. Look at the disproportionate sentences meted out to blacks caught up in the criminal justice system. There's a problem when people profit from putting and keeping African Americans in prison. We need to do a better job as a nation understanding the real values the country's built upon in terms of fairness, equality and equal opportunity.

    Source: www.theskanner.com
  • A subject I'm particularly passionate about is the criminal justice system and almost all of the policies that impact people's lives are determined on a local level.

    Impact   Justice   People  
    Source: lasentinel.net
  • The time frame and how people treated each other was upsetting, but what's great about this story is that they really focus on the strengths of these people and the strengths of the culture, of who these Americans were. That, actually, is uplifting.

    "Aldis Hodge Emerges from the Underground". Interview with Emma Brown, www.interviewmagazine.com. March 7, 2016.
  • Some of my job consists of me drafting and making technical drawings. So everything I did back then has materialized into something substantial for me today. Whatever kids are into, that might be their thing.

    Jobs   Kids   Drawing  
    "Aldis Hodge Emerges from the Underground". Interview with Emma Brown, www.interviewmagazine.com. March 7, 2016.
  • They don't really focus on that history here in America. I remember growing up as a kid, history class was very washed-over. They didn't really get into the gritty bits of slavery. It's a very, very small section in the history books. It's not something they really touch on directly with American curriculums.

    Growing Up   Book   Kids  
    "Aldis Hodge Emerges from the Underground". Interview with Emma Brown, www.interviewmagazine.com. March 7, 2016.
  • I remember my mom had a conversation with Sam Jackson about what she should do with our careers and what the next step should be; I was eight and my brother was nine. He said, "You need to get them on Broadway."

    Mom   Brother   Careers  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • It's crazy how intelligent kids can be at a very young age and how they know what they know. I came out of the womb drawing on everything; I used to draw on my mother's white furniture and her white walls with her red lipstick and my pencils. Little did she know that would later materialize into me doing what I do now - I'm a painter as well and a micromechanical engineer.

    Mother   Wall   Crazy  
    "Aldis Hodge Emerges from the Underground". Interview with Emma Brown, www.interviewmagazine.com. March 7, 2016.
  • I'd like to think that in any circumstance I'd say, "You know what? Screw this. Kill me. I'm done. I'm not going to grovel."

    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • It's crazy how intelligent kids can be at a very young age and how they know what they know.

    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • I love my job, simply because we can keep things fresh, all the time. That's a luxury not all shows have. For us, as actors, it keeps us interested in our jobs and it keeps us coming back to work, every day. A new setting is amazing 'cause it's new for the team and it's new for our characters.

    Jobs   Team   Character  
    Source: collider.com
  • I was homeschooled until I was 14, and then when I was 14, I began attending college. Mom was not playing about that education. She always said, "Acting is a privilege not a priority. Education is the priority. If you're not bringing home As and Bs, you can't go on the audition."

    Mom   Home   College  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • The danger in having modern music tied to a period piece is that hearing something may take you out of the moment.

    Pieces   May   Hearing  
    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • It's important for us to vote in mid-term off year elections in the times where state legislators and mayors offices are being vacated. These are the elections that actually impact the way we live oftentimes more than the President. So we have to pay attention to those things as well.

    Years   Impact   Office  
    Source: lasentinel.net
  • Sometimes survival seems like submitting. And that's really hard on the spirit.

    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • There's still a place for marching for instance with the Black Lives Matter movement, we've seen the importance of causing a scene, being on the streets and making your demands and your voice heard.

    Voice   Black   Matter  
    Source: lasentinel.net
  • Because sometimes listening to something will connect to a feeling, it will allow you to emote subconsciously, and you don't even understand why you're in it.

    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • Regardless of the project, whenever you're working on something, the best you can hope for is to be around good people.

    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • My mom experienced racism. She was harassed by the KKK several times. And I experienced racism myself, growing up. In New Jersey, we had trash thrown on our lawn every day. And we had the lines to our Christmas lights cut three years in a row. We just stopped putting up Christmas lights after that. That's probably why I still don't put up any lights during the holidays.

    Source: www.theskanner.com
  • I was too young to live on campus. I just went back and forth on the bus. Eventually I got my own car and thought I was Mr. Man, so I started hot wheelin' it.

    Men   Car   Hot  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • Now, I actually have to a degree, a responsibility to ensure that it doesn't happen again.' I felt pride. When you're up there [in the noose] it does give you pause but I'm no stranger to degradation and dehumanization. I felt a lot of pride to be a part of showing something like this because a lot of people don't know and haven't been exposed to these types of historical experiences until they see it depicted on our show [Underground].

    Source: lasentinel.net
  • I was too young to understand who Sam[uel L.] Jackson was or who Bruce Willis was, who Jeremy Irons was at the time. All I knew was that they were good to me then.

    Iron   Young  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • For me, it was definitely an education in being grateful. And appreciating the civil liberties we have today, the natural liberties we have at home.

    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • With any good projects, I feel like the off-screen chemistry factors on-screen. It's great when you don't have to force it, but when it's not there you better focus on getting there, because as we live with these characters we spend more time with one another than we do our families at home.

    Home   Character   Focus  
    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • Even afterwards when you go through a scene and then step off, sometimes you need a minute to just decompress.

    Needs   Steps   Sometimes  
    Source: www.rogerebert.com
  • I want to give people jobs and put them on great shows. I want to create careers for people.

    Jobs   Careers   People  
    Source: collider.com
  • I'm always ready and willing to just keep pushing and working and going because it's in my spirit.

    Pushing   Spirit   Ready  
    Source: collider.com
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