“More than I want the song to be a hit, I really would love for it to be a movement. My prayer is that it makes people think, especially before they speak. And if it’s just a song that people enjoy, that’s not good enough. I really, really hope it causes people to pause a little before responding and before judging people. That they’ll think this person is coming from a different perspective than I am, so let me treat them with the respect I would want to be treated with.” – Mandisa to Huffpost