Be inspired by our collection of carefully selected Equality Quotes. Equality is the basis of freedom and is essential for any country's happiness, but unfortunately there is still some work to be done in the world.
What is Equality?
Equality is the idea that all men and women are created equally, equality is fair and just and should be the underlining principle of life in the 21st century. We should be living and breathing the six fundaments of civil rights and make sure that we report anyone that abuses this basic right that all humans should be equal.
We are all born with a heart and it's about time we started using it. We are all human and we stand equal together on this planet.
We hope that you find what you are looking for in these quotes and remember to share any that you feel would be beneficial for others in your life.
The king and the stable hand are equal at a game of chess because they are governed by the same rules.
Canute Kelly, 1000 + 1 Fortunes, Short Stories and Proverbs for Success
All men are born and remain equal under the law.
George P. Fletcher, Our Secret Constitution: How Lincoln Redefined American Democracy
The tie that binds us all is our shared belief in the value of ordinary equality.
The Women's Project of New Jersey, Inc, Past and Promise: Lives of New Jersey Women
People in more equal societies are more likely to be involved in local groups, voluntary organizations and civic associations.
Richard Wilkinson, Kate Pickett, The Inner Level: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and ...
Make A Difference
Live your values so there will be no regrets when each day is done and a lifetime of days are behind you. Reach for greater equality for all.
To move forward well, we need a variety of voices—especially minority voices.
Ken Wytsma, The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege
Moving Forward Quotes
And let us remember, that there is no equality but what has its seat in the mind and feelings.
Mike Sanders, Women and Radicalism in the Nineteenth Century: Frances Wright
If, therefore, injustice is inequality, justice is equality – a view which commends itself to all without proof.
Antony Flew, Equality in Liberty and Justice
We will never stop fighting for equality. We will challenge the greedy merchant and the bought hacks wherever we find them.
Sir Lynden Pindling, The Vision of Sir Lynden Pindling
We are all equal because we are all the property of God.
Equal and unique live beings are all that is fully true and real in the universe.
Thaddeus Golas, Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment
Short Inspirational Quotes
We must act as equals in a community and not seek power over anyone else.
Christopher Toote, The 9 Universal Laws of Success
Quotes to Live By
We must take forward the fight against discrimination, the fight for equality and the celebration of difference and diversity in our daily lives.
Margo Gorman, Council of Europe, All Different, All Equal: A Sum of Experience
Men are born equal, but they are born different as well.
Arora, POLITICAL SCIENCE FOR CIVIL SERVICES MAINS
Equality, first of all means absence of special privilege.
I. N. Srivastava, A Hand Book of Political Science Theory
Human equality: the principle that holds that we humans, despite all our differences, are to be regarded as one another's equals.
Jeremy Waldron, One Another’s Equals: The Basis of Human Equality
People are treated as equals when they are made equal in welfare — except when differences in welfare will produce very much more welfare overall.
Ronald Dworkin, A Matter of Principle
Even if one circle is greater than another, one circle is not more circle than another, for the essence of a circle consists in the equality of all lines drawn from its center to its circumference.
G.W. Leibniz, Philosophical Papers and Letters: A Selection
Equality will never happen until women receive their fair share of the power and the economic benefits in our society.
Birute Regine, Iron Butterflies: Women Transforming Themselves and the World
Change the World
When we see each other as equals, we can understand each others' sufferings.
Ernest Van den Haag, John Phillips Conrad, The Death Penalty: A Debate - Page 267
It is in our own interest to create a world of love, justice, and equality, for without a sense of universal responsibility based on morality, our existence and survival are at a perilous precipice.
Dalai Lama XIV, My Tibet
Whenever it is morally important to strive for equality, it is always because doing so will promote some other value rather than because equality itself is morally desirable.
Harry G. Frankfurt, On Inequality
Equality trumps liberty, because of the purpose of the enterprise concerned.
David Fott, John Dewey, America's Philosopher of Democracy
All men are created equally and independently; that, regardless of differences in the individuals and in their ethnic natures, they are equal in respect to their having been created by God Who, at the moment of creation, gave them rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Vincent G. Potter, Doctrine and Experience
Words Of Encouragement For Men
We hope we can act in the struggle in such a way that they will see the error of their approach and will come to respect us. Then we can all live together in peace and equality.
Martin Luther King, The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Volume II
Rather, it is one that asserts that the values associated with promoting both equality and diversity are deeply irreconcilable and conflicting, both philosophically and politically, but paradoxically are also mutually reinforcing.
Steve Smith, Equality and Diversity