The Ballet Is In Our Hands

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Joseph’s recent return from the Selma to Montgomery marches of 1965 left him drained and desperate for a reminder that there still is beauty in the world. That reminder would come in the form of a ballerina music box, and not just because of the pretty dancing figurine.

Near our world lies another filled with prejudice, racism, and bigotry. It is also filled with myth and magic. Being different can get you killed by more than bullets and clubs. When Joseph finds himself in that world, he must use the teachings of faeries - and Martin Luther King, Jr. - to bring peace to a people who have always known war.

The next time you buy an antique music box from a vendor on the street, make sure the ballerina really is porcelain, because if she isn’t, she just might take you where you don’t want to go. On the other hand, she just might give you a chance to change the hearts and minds of millions. Isn’t that worth a little danger?

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