Fraternité, Solidarité and the Legacy of Charlie Hebdo
My hope is that one lasting legacy of this page in France’s history will be uncontroversial: a real sense of solidarity and trust among the people of Paris. I am not even talking about solidarity among or between the various religious or ethnic groups. I am just referring to the way one individual treats another individual–a stranger–on the street, in a restaurant or shop, on the metro.
Martin Argyroglo (2015), Le crayon guidant le peuple (The Pencil Leading the People)