Our shining prince, John Lewis, channeled a message to all peace and freedom loving citizens of America. I believed in “good trouble” after my superhero mentor Dr. Martin Luther King reinforced my core belief that life’s most pressing question was ‘what are we doing to help others?’
Just when we thought that President Donald Trump couldn't go further off the deep end with his bizarre statements, he -- like the Energizer Bunny -- just keeps going and going and going. Let's take the top three statements that flew out of his mouth over the last couple of weeks.
Even in death, Congressman John Lewis continues to make history, now being the first Black lawmaker to lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda.
John Lewis was the youngest person, at age 23, to address the crowd at the March on Washington, but DID YOU KNOW his original speech was fierier than the one he used that day?
Because of his dedication to the highest spiritual-ethical-moral-standards, he will be remembered as the “Conscience of the Congress,” and the vanguard of the Civil Rights Movement/Human Rights Movement.
Civil rights icon, Democratic Rep. John Lewis, announced Sunday that he is battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer. "So I have decided to do what I know to do and do what I have always done: I am going to fight it and keep fighting for the Beloved Community. We still have many bridges to cross," Lewis said.