John Lewis’s impact on civil and voting rights | USA TODAY

John Lewis's impact on civil and voting rights | USA TODAY 1


Veteran civil rights activists and congressional colleagues remember Rep. John Lewis.

Activists who started the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and members of Congress discuss John Lewis's impact on civil and voting rights.

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10 Comments on "John Lewis’s impact on civil and voting rights | USA TODAY"

  1. 11 B Follow Me | July 24, 2020 at 2:32 PM | Reply

    he was one of the most racist people in congress, he hated white people and even black people, look at his district, the rats were boxing in the streets

  2. There’s not one right today that whites have that blacks don’t.

  3. UnexpectedPigeon | July 24, 2020 at 3:22 PM | Reply

    What about the trail of tears? All the Indians who were literally slaughtered

  4. I didn’t like him at all. I thought he was a coward and a terrible legislator.

  5. Legendary for his pancreas farts

  6. TRUMP 2020!!

  7. Trump won electorial vote by 73,000 votes, Ohio threw out 73,000 mail in votes in 2016 cuz they were received to late to b counted. Mail ballots at least one week in advance. Nothing can b taken for granted, pls vote.

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