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We must honor the service of our veterans by ensuring their well being when they return home.
I dream of a world that makes love it’s highest virtue. We must all participate. We must all exercise our right to vote. #goodtrouble
I’ve marched, protested, been beaten and arrested--all for the right to vote. Friends of mine gave their lives. Honor their sacrifice. Vote.
53 years ago today, we Marched on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. I spoke number six, Dr. King spoke number ten, and out of everyone who spoke that day, I'm the only one still around.
51 years ago today, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was signed into law. In the 50 years that followed, the VRA changed the shape of electoral politics in America, giving millions a voice in our society for the first time in our history. It was hailed as one of the most effective pieces of legislation Congress had ever passed, but that all came to an end in 2013 when the U.S. Supreme Court...
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Nelson Mandela's legacy of service is a gift to mankind and a guiding light for future generations. #MandelaDay
I cannot believe that the Republican Members of Congress will leave Washington, leave the nation’s capital, for seven and a half weeks without taking a single step to respond to the real suffering, the real pain, the real despair of the American people.

Rep. Lewis Speaks on Congress' Inaction on Gun Violence

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Nonviolence is more than a tool or a tactic, it is a way of life. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year--it is the struggle of lifetime. We must build a world at peace with itself.
It doesn't matter if we are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. We are one people. We are one family. #DisarmHate
I am deeply honored and very grateful.
We must learn to live together as brothers and sisters. If not, we will perish. I feel sometimes we're sliding backwards. The scars & stains of racism are still deeply embedded in American society. We have to deal with it. I really believe we must come to that point in our country where we respect the dignity and worth of every human being.
55 yrs ago today I was released from Parchman Penitentiary after being arrested in Jackson for using a so-called "white" restroom.
We can do it, we must do it, we have the ability to disarm hate. We've lost too many of our friends, too many of our children and our babies to gun violence. We must act, and act now.
You've got to love everybody. As Dr. King once said, you've got to love the hell out of them.
We have launched a new website for my Congressional office. I hope you will take a few moments to visit.

Congressman John Lewis

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Wishing each and every person a happy and safe 4th of July holiday.
It's good to be joined by so many voices as we continue the community dialogue on gun violence. #goodtrouble
Join me tomorrow at 11:30am at Ebenezer Baptist Church to Continue the Community Dialogue on Gun Violence.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic is still with us. Every day too many people lose their lives to this disease. We must make a way out of no way. HIV/AIDS is not a disease that discriminates. It affects all of us--our friends, our family, our neighbors. We must fight this together. Today I took an HIV/AIDS test to show you cannot allow fear or stigma to stand in the way of knowing your status.
On July 5th, we're going to continue to push, to pull, to stand up, and if necessary, to sit down. Don't give up. Don't give in. Keep the faith, and keep your eyes on the prize. #goodtrouble