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A Bridge, Not a Wedge: Why I am Going to the March on Washington Tomorrow

Our job is to use love, anger, and imagination to show where to go, and laughter to keep us alive while we get there.  And we must not use laughter to make us endure what courage can change.  Mab Segrest … Continue reading

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