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The legacy of civil rights icon John Lewis

He took the civil rights fight from the streets to Congress. Today, John Lewis's legacy is more relevant than ever, as explored in the documentary "John Lewis: Good Trouble."

06/20/2020 4:59 PM

7 comments

  • Lourdes R.
    06/23/2020 01:18

    I wished he was alive Witnessing the country’s new events but, he’s probably looking down and thinking; finally all Americans get it❤️🌷

  • Chris S.
    06/21/2020 09:40

    He owns a chain of department stores here in the UK!!

  • Marian W.
    06/21/2020 01:22

    Brut - Excellent piece! Thanks!!

  • Emmanuel D.
    06/20/2020 19:01

    The truth is clear. But some people who want to step on others will keep twisting the truth. Change must come

  • George C.
    06/20/2020 18:07

    I think pulling yourself up by your bootstraps means was well demonstrated in Tulsa Oklahoma, so when I hear a person use that phrase I'll be waiting for them to finish the phrase only do it in a way that gives me control over the wept and benefits of your boots strain effort, however I must remind you Babylon she's falling come out of her Jah bless

  • Paul J.
    06/20/2020 17:51

    https://www.facebook.com/100000063173758/posts/3426705260674879/

  • Brut
    06/19/2020 19:47

    was screened for free in Tulsa on Juneteenth, as an act of peaceful protest against Donald Trump's rally in the city: https://variety.com/2020/film/news/john-lewis-documentary-juneteenth-trump-rally-tulsa-1234637951/