John Lewis: Get To Know The Statesman Who Marched For Civil Rights
John Lewis knew that treating someone differently because of the color of their skin was unfair and wrong. In his early 20s, he decided to do something about it. During the struggle for equal treatment, Lewis faced many beatings and was arrested around 40 times. But he would become one of the most influential leaders in the civil rights movement. He continues that work today.
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Capstone Pr Inc
- ISBN-13: 9781543559248
- ISBN: 1543559247
- Publication Year: 2019