John Lewis : the last interview and other conversations /

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Author / Creator:Lewis, John, 1940-2020, interviewee.
Imprint:Brooklyn : Melville House, [2021]
Description:xiii, 153 pages ; 21 cm
Series:Last interview series
Last interview series.
Subject:Lewis, John, -- 1940-2020 -- Interviews.
Lewis, John, -- 1940-2020.
African American legislators -- Interviews.
Legislators -- United States -- Interviews.
African American civil rights workers -- Interviews.
Civil rights workers -- United States -- Interviews.
Parlementaires noirs américains -- Entretiens.
Parlementaires -- États-Unis -- Entretiens.
Défenseurs des droits de l'homme noirs américains -- Entretiens.
Défenseurs des droits de l'homme -- États-Unis -- Entretiens.
African American civil rights workers.
African American legislators.
Civil rights workers.
United States.
Format: Print Book
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Varying Form of Title:Last interview and other conversations
Other authors / contributors:Cobb, Jelani, writer of introduction.
Summary:"Throughout John Lewis's long and storied career he maintained a seemingly unwavering hope for a better future. This hope can be traced throughout the inteviews collected here. From a young activist testifying in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday to recounting the violence he met as a Freedom Rider to an elder statesman inspired by today's civil rights activists, this collection forms a portrait of a man whose life was spent fighting for a better world and never lost hope."

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Call Number: E840.8.L43A5 2021
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