John Lewis : the last interview: and other conversations.

Format: Print Book 2021
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Summary
Featuring interveiws of civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis at almost every stage of his career, this collection illustrates why Lewis has become a human rights icon and remains an inspiration to activists today

Throughout John Lewis's long and storied career he maintained a seemingly unwavering hope for a better future. This hope can be traced throughout the inteviews collected here. From a young activist testifying in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday to recounting the violence he met as a Freedom Rider to an elder statesman inspired by today's civil rights activists, this collection forms a portrait of a man whose life was spent fighting for a better world and never lost hope.
Additional Information
Subjects ordreq 09/07/21 xa
Publisher 2021
Notes Last Interview.
Description p. cm.
ISBN 9781612199627
1612199623
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