Nelson Mandela, of blessed memory.
The example of Nelson Mandela can lead us to llok at other oppressed peoples, espeially those whose struggles are violent and messy and corrupt, and ask, "Why don't they have a Mandela? Why don't they have a Gandhi, or a King?" But the real question should be for those of us who, by virtue of nationality or income or what-have-you have any kind of privilege or power: "Why," it asks us, "do you need to see another Mandela? You know what must be done. What more do you need to learn about justice?"