john lewis

Op-Ed: Why ‘Bloody Sunday’ Still Lives Vividly In Our Memories So Many Years Later

What a group of young civil rights marchers encountered in March, 1965 was no isolated event, but part of a tapestry of struggle.

U.S. Postal Service Reveals John Lewis Stamp

The civil rights icon passed away in July 2020.

Happy B’Day Harry Belafonte: The Artist-Activist Shares New Song ‘I Believe,” Discusses Voting Rights & Late-Night TV Run

“It’s important to take the risk to say what you really believe,” says the living icon.

Looking Back And Breathing In: The 10 Most Important News Events of 2021

The past year moved things past a largely challenging 2020, but also had many challenges of its own to deal with.

Exclusive: SiriusXM Host Joe Madison Explains Why He Won't Eat Until Congress Passes Voting Rights Bill

The radio legend and civil rights activist says what he is doing is intended to send a message about voting rights, and he’s taking a page from the playbook of Dick Gregory.

John Lewis’ Last Literary Testament 'Carry On: Reflections For A New Generation' Is Out Now

The late Congressman discusses courage, faith, and more.

John Lewis Statue To Replace Confederate Monument In Georgia County

It will stand outside a courthouse in Dekalb County.