Vahe Gregorian: Hank Aaron’s example of grace and triumph over hate is his greatest legacy

If you were born in the 1960s, chances are your childhood was a montage of momentous events you couldn’t fully comprehend in real-time. Maybe you saw a parent crying in front of the television over casualty updates from Vietnam … but didn’t fully grasp why. Even if you were lucky like me and your mother was the sort of person to keep you home the day after Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated but went to school herself to console my teacher, a Black woman, well, you didn’t quite get it. You knew the first lunar landing was awesome, sure, but the more cosmic forces behind the space race…

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