Dealing with fascists — on the left and the right — requires a method for finding our common humanity in the middle.
When authority speaks, we are taught to listen. But we are also taught to listen to our moral center and inner voice.
During prayers, we heard the thump of helicopter rotors, crowds shouting. I watched groups of armed, uniformed neo-Nazis file down the sidewalk.
Most famous figures in U.S. history were complicated men and women — but the test for determining who among them should remain memorialized is not.
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