Important People in March: Book 2

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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John Robert Lewis

Lewis is a Congressman from Georgia when Barack Obama is sworn in as a United States President, but he has a history with the Civil Rights Movement. Lewis is active in the Civil Rights Movement in several capacities during the early 1960s. As depicted in this book, he works on peaceful protests that result in restaurants and movie theaters desegregating their services. He also joins the Freedom Riders and the March on Washington that includes influential protestors such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Through all these activities, Lewis remains steadfast in his dedication to the cause, but determined to speak the truth as he sees it. When he presents his speech at the March, other leaders demand that he change some of the wording. He does, but only when he feels that it does not change his overall message – demands for equal rights for blacks...

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