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The civil rights icon encouraged young leaders at a White House gathering to fight for social change and "get in trouble, good trouble."
"I truly think and believe women were discriminated against."
Ride that wave, Congressman
Today's protest in the House of Representatives just might mark the beginning of the end of the gun industry's grip on American life and liberty.
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Lewis was attacked just eight days after leaving Washington, while trying to enter a whites-only waiting area in Rock Hill
Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Shares Memories And Photos From Selma In This Incredible Series Of Tweets
Congressman John Lewis was a young man when he marched from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama with Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965
Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream for racial equality in America has certainly made progress towards becoming a reality. However
“That’s why Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is so critical. It’s a day when we’re immersed in the history and his great legacy
“I grew up not far from Selma,” Lewis told The Washington Post. “When we would go to the theater as young black children
At the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival, the Congressman and civil rights leader -- who is the last remaining speaker from the 1963 March on Washington -- reflected on his experience protesting during the Jim Crow era and the new graphic novel March, which he co-authored, about the movement.
Moore's staff says she is only interested in the technical merits of her derivatives bills, and Moore herself bristles at
It is deeply troubling that in 2013, our work is not done and the need to continue this fight remains. If we've learned one thing from the recent attempts to disenfranchise voters around the country, it's that the Voting Rights Act continues to be a vital tool in the fight.