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The fight for civil rights and freedom | John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson

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July 24, 2020 18:00

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Civil rights leader and longtime US congressman John Lewis spent his life
fighting for freedom and justice for everyone. In this illuminating
conversation with lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson, Lewis discusses the
essential importance of voting, shares encouraging words of wisdom for the
generation of young people currently organizing in the struggle for racial
justice and tells moving stories from his decades of making "good trouble" --
at the Freedom Rides, March on Washington and in the halls of Congress. "When
you see something that's not right or fair or just, you have to say
something," Lewis says. "You have to do something." (This conversation is part
of the TED Legacy Project. Recorded November 19, 2019) Read more
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