I normally listen to podcasts in my car while driving and started listening to one yesterday from the BBC Documentaries series called "No Destination" which is a recount of the journey of Satish Kumar, a Gandhian, who fifty years ago walked for peace from New Delhi to Moscow, Paris, London and Washington DC when the threat of nuclear tensions was at its highest. Kumar's journey was that of peace and he went to convey that message to the respective heads of state of the four major capitals he visited.
Right at the end of the documentary though, there was an excerpt from a Martin Luther King Jr. speech that resonated with me in light of the current political climate. Most of us have heard King's "I have a Dream" speech but his "I refuse to accept despair" speech is probably not as well known but read it (or listen to it if you can, I couldn't find a proper website that had it) and share this message of peace with those around you. I hope it resonates as strongly with you as it did with me.