Brian T. Brown

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During the Cold War, we became accustomed to accepting the idea that a man could push a button and set the world on fire with an obscene array of nuclear weapons. Now, compounding the existential menace, we dither as our planet becomes increasingly uninhabitable and the least among us absorb the greatest punishments. Over and over, credible doomsayers have told us that a paradigm shift, if not a wholesale evolution, is necessary. But we have yet to begin this prescribed overhaul and we continue to gamble with our fate. During the battle against slavery, abolitionist minister Theodore Parker told his congregants that the arc of the moral universe would ultimately bend toward justice. A century later, as the march for equality languished, Martin Luther King revived Parker's language while also insisting that only the fierce urgency of now could make it so.     

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