"We are all striving for a better tomorrow. Wu-Tang — we have something in common with each other. A brotherhood. A respect. When we say ‘a better tomorrow,’ we’re striving to make a better tomorrow for ourselves, but also to inspire a better tomorrow for the world." — RZA http://on.cc.com/1u7QGdZ

"We are all striving for a better tomorrow. Wu-Tang — we have something in common with each other. A brotherhood. A respect. When we say ‘a better tomorrow,’ we’re striving to make a better tomorrow for ourselves, but also to inspire a better tomorrow for the world." — RZA http://on.cc.com/1u7QGdZ

Just five years old at the time, George Takei remembers vividly the morning his family was ordered out of their home at gunpoint by two American soldiers and taken to an internment camp. “It was a dark chapter of American history.” - George Takei http://on.cc.com/1x7NiwM

Just five years old at the time, George Takei remembers vividly the morning his family was ordered out of their home at gunpoint by two American soldiers and taken to an internment camp.

“It was a dark chapter of American history.” - George Takei
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