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Bebe Moore Campbell

  • Black must become beautiful again, and this time we must mean it.

    • Bebe Moore Campbell,
    • in Paula L. Woods and Felix H. Liddell, eds., I Hear a Symphony: African Americans Celebrate Love ()
  • When we finally stop asking America to love us and begin to love ourselves, we will prosper as a people.

    • Bebe Moore Campbell,
    • in Paula L. Woods and Felix H. Liddell, eds., I Hear a Symphony: African Americans Celebrate Love ()
  • Knowing who you are begins in the mind.

    • Bebe Moore Campbell
  • The music was as much a gift as sunshine, as rain, as any blessing ever prayed for.

Bebe Moore Campbell, U.S. writer

(1950 - 2006)

Full name: Elizabeth Bebe Moore Campbell.