To writer and illustrator Christopher Noxon, the election felt like an apocalyptic nightmare. Yet he managed to find some powerful inspiration on a recent trip.

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[CORRECTION: In an earlier version, Bayard Rustin was described as an atheist. He was Quaker.]

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Christopher Noxon is author of the novel ‚ÄúPlus One‚ÄĚ and the nonfiction ‚ÄúRejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up.‚ÄĚ His writing has appeared in the New Yorker, the Atlantic and Salon. His illustrations have appeared in the Hollywood Reporter, Modern Loss and The Undo List.¬†You can find more at christophernoxon.com

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Christopher Noxon is author of the novel ‚ÄúPlus One‚ÄĚ and the nonfiction ‚ÄúRejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up.‚ÄĚ His writing has appeared in the New Yorker, the Atlantic and Salon. His illustrations have appeared in the Hollywood Reporter, Modern Loss and The Undo List.