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"Be Consistent and Be Persistent"
The Honorable John R. Lewis recalls the way his dedication to the civil rights movement shaped his career as a legislator in Congress.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S.Representative of Georgia
"Be Consistent and Be Persistent"
"Be Consistent and Be Persistent"
Bloody Sunday
The Honorable John R. Lewis recounts what took place on March 7, 1965, in Selma, Alabama.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday
Kennedy Brothers
The Honorable John R. Lewis describes his admiration of John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Kennedy Brothers
Kennedy Brothers
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
The Honorable John R. Lewis details his involvement in Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign and the night Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part One
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
The Honorable John R. Lewis explains his passion for Senator Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign and his decision to run for Congress after Senator Kennedy's death.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Part Two
"Making Their Voices Heard"
The Honorable John R. Lewis describes the potential for popular protest to shape decisions on Capitol Hill.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
"Making Their Voices Heard"
"Making Their Voices Heard"
"Right to Dissent"
The Honorable John R. Lewis explains the importance of protest in the political process.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
"Right to Dissent"
"Right to Dissent"
"The Marching Feet of a Determined People"
The Honorable John R. Lewis describes the relationship between social movements and civil rights legislation in the 1960s.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S.Representative of Georgia
"The Marching Feet of a Determined People"
"The Marching Feet of a Determined People"
"We're Seekers"
The Honorable John R. Lewis stresses the importance of visiting Selma and other sites of historic struggle as an act of remembrance as well as rejuvenation.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S.Representative of Georgia
"We're Seekers"
"We're Seekers"