Top 33 Aldis Hodge Quotes

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What you do does matter. And people do remember it and

What you do does matter. And people do remember it and feel it.
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I want to have a resume that is substantial enough to hold itself as respectful.
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My standard for the women in my life is like, ‘If no man can treat you better than I can treat you, they can’t come.’ You gotta step up to the plate. With respect, with acknowledgment, with support.
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Everybody wants somebody to look up to that looks like them so they can truly believe in that reality for themselves.
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There’s a really great documentary called ‘Many Rivers,’ which documents the totality of slavery from its inception, and then it gives you a little history on how America came to prominence. It’s crazy – the first black man to actually step foot in America came as a free man, as an explorer, with the Spaniards.
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When you do learn these things, when you understand what inclusion is, then we can accomplish greater things together.
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I’m not a starstuck dude. I’ve been in this game too long for that, but I do respect and acknowledge real work and real work ethic.
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I feel Noah has been alone for the majority of his life and inherently searching for a family, even though he may not express that outwardly. But his encounter with Rosalee gave him hope in finding someone who thinks like him.
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My sister is raised to know her value and to know that she stands behind no man. You know, when she gets a husband, you stand side by side, equal partnership. You stand behind no one cause you have to lift each other up. You can’t do that if you’re 30 percent of the value in your relationship or the household.
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Most people say they’re slaves, but in my opinion, to say that I am a slave is to take ownership of actually being a slave – to be a tool, be a thing. Basically cattle.
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I think enslavement has evolved to what may seem appropriate to this day‘s generation. Modern enslavement is imprisonment.
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When I was 18, I began attending college for art and design, and I designed all sorts of things from furniture to industrial designs and even watches.
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We have far more options for black Americans to tell stories outside of slavery, but whenever it comes to slavery, it’s an uncomfortable subject. Why? Because it’s the most unresolved subject in American history.
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I think the knowledge of where you come from gives you more of an affinity for understanding different cultures and learning.
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A lot of people are afraid of the idea of enslavement, and that’s because it’s tied to so much shame and guilt… That is the big elephant in the room, but a part of why we’re afraid to attack that subject matter is because of the way we’ve been taught about it.
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My mom told us that we should have good shoes, a good suit, and a watch, so I was running around at age 10 looking like a little old man. But somehow I grew to understand that a watch is a representation of myself, of my culture, taste, awareness and aesthetic.
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We owe a lot when it comes to women in terms of innovation, in terms of education, in terms of progression in life.
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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.
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I can literally count on one hand how many slave stories have gotten notoriety over the past few years.
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As far as playing different characters within the character, I think that’s fun. Very rarely, on TV, do you get to do that on such a regular basis.
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I am fortunate enough to find opportunities that have a lot of presence.
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For some reason, I think that I’m not doing enough work. People are like, ‘You’re on a series right now,’ but I’m always like, ‘Yeah, but I can do more!’
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It’s crazy how intelligent kids can be at a very young age and how they know what they know.
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This country is not built on one culture alone. We all make up this industry.
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I was always really geeky about design and buildings. Always into architecture as a kid.
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The danger in having modern music tied to a period piece is that hearing something may take you out of the moment.
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A new setting is amazing cause it’s new for the team, and it’s new for our characters. It’s a breakaway from the normal deal. You get so tired, locked into a show for so many years. You get used to doing the same thing. A little shake-up and change is good.
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When you say ‘diversity,’ the term has been denigrated over the years because it has been used as a crutch.
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Surviving the elements is working, but being on set and having to do a scene and being in a room with the same people who you actually enjoy and respect, your day project was easy.
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We’re still talking about women’s rights. We can’t be the greatest country in the world. I think once we lose that illusionary veil of thinking that we are, we can face the problems and really try to fix them.
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With any good projects, I feel like the off-screen chem

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.
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Every single step, although I couldn’t see it, was a step forward and built to where I am now.
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