Reflecting on the life and legacy of John Lewis

Jul 31, 2020
The late Congressman and civil rights giant John Lewis was laid to rest on Thursday, ending a weeklong celebration of his life and legacy. Lewis died on July 17 after battling pancreatic cancer. He was 80.
Chicago activist Frank Chapman joins Reset to share how Lewis’s lifelong dedication to civil rights impacted his 50 years of activism, and the lessons he hopes younger generations will learn from the example Lewis set.
Chicago Activist Frank Chapman Reflects On John Lewis’ Life And Legacy
“John Lewis was a consistent and constant fighter. He never gave up,” activist Frank Chapman told Reset.
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