With every successful social movement, there are segments of society that remain resistant to the changes it brings. Committed advocates are essential to maintain the gains that have been achieved in the face of dissent from those whose values and beliefs are challenged by change.
But just as important are powerful allies—from corporate executives to government officials to federal judges—who can impose policies and practices that further a social movement's objectives.
From that day forward, change inexorably . . .
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