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The struggle for justice need not bring us down. We’ll reflect together on how the experience of joy itself can be a powerful form of resistance.

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Lessons I Learned the Hard Way in Chicago, 1968.

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Guest speaker James Mabry is president of Middlesex Community College.

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A friend once described himself to me as a joy-based person, and labeled me an anger-based person. I was immediately outraged. But maybe the point is that we need to have all our emotions in working order, both positive and negative, especially when we are confronted by sorrowful historical moments like the present.

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As our resistance to injustice intensifies, what happens to our civilit y?  Further thoughts  about the spiritual sustenance of our struggle

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John Sterman is Professor of Management and Faculty Director at MIT Sloan School of Management

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