A peaceful transfer of power doesn’t mean that threats of political violence—and difficult conversations about it—have ended. Tim Ryan, the chair of PwC U.S. weighs in with some advice below. (Hint: The actual challenge leaders are facing is proving that they’re trustworthy.)
But first, here’s your Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman-inspired week in review, in Haiku.
“Where can we find light
in this never-ending shade?”
Asked by a new voice,
in a new moment,
free from the belly of a
beast that stalks us all.
It took a poet
to capture the promise of
a hard-won hill, climbed
by many on the
backs of a justice-seeking
few. Unfinished, yes
we are. But here’s a
good place to start: Pay all the
poets what they’re worth.
Wishing you a lyrically peaceful weekend.
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