That's what my wife's family, immigrants from Greece who were fleeing the Nazis, malnutrition, and despair, were in search of. First, hope came via soldiers who saved her grandmother from her village. Then it came in the form of a ship, loaded with Greeks who were seeking the same. Then, finally, it came as a cloaked, bronzed lady, holding her flame high for all the world to see.
That flame has been tested in the past, and is being tested now. And I've got hope it will burn brighter tomorrow than it does today.
If you say yes, $20 from each print will go to the ACLU to protect the rights of immigrants today who are also fleeing their homelands.