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“Hope­less­ness is the en­emy of jus­tice,” says Steven­son (above), in front of mon­u­ments at the Na­tional Me­mo­rial for Peace and Jus­tice, each as­signed to a county where lynch­ings oc­curred, and, left, in gram­mar school. Right, clock­wise: Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King head to Mont­gomery from Selma in 1965; the Obama fam­ily at the 2008 Demo­cratic Con­ven­tion; Robert E. Lee’s statue in the U.S. Capi­tol; pro­test­ers in 2013, af­ter the shoot­ing of Ki­mani Gray, 16.

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