Congressman John Lewis
The late civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis will be honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp.
Now two years later, amid attacks on Democracy and the rolling back of rights both men fought for, there is strength in remembering their words and work.
Georgia Rep. John Lewis, the iconic civil rights pioneer who went on to become one of the most powerful men in Congress, has died. He was 80 years old.
The 77-year-old talks to his 16-year-old self about the travails he will experience in his "mission to help redeem the soul of America."
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