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        John Lewis | The Civil Rights Movement

        Raised on a cotton field in rural Alabama, Rep. John Lewis served on the frontline of the Civil Rights Movement to end systematic racial segregation. From speaking at the March on Washington to enduring severe beatings as he participated in the Freedom Rides, John Lewis now continues the fight for equality as a U.S. Congressman.

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