Diane Nash: Leader and strategist of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. A historian described her as: "…bright, focused, utterly fearless, with an unerring instinct for the correct tactical move at each increment of the crisis; as a leader, her instincts had been flawless, and she was the kind of person who pushed those around her to be at their best—that, or be gone from the movement."
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Marlene Dumas. Yes, at first glance some of her art may seem disturbing, however remembering her interpretations....As in Art, Decisive acts intervene in a life. Altering a person's direction. Moving this way or that we enter into a moral void and feel the guilt of never knowing. Yet we risk all the more guilt by refraining from action. Being at too big a distance from the correctness of life."