“What Do You Know About Violence?” 

 

Summary Report prepared by Black Women for Positive Change and the Positive Change Foundation

Week of Non-Violence

Congressman John Lewis lending his support to the National Week of Nonviolence. He speaks from his heart about the power of non-violence and his personal experiences.

“Representative John Lewis, a son of sharecroppers and an apostle of nonviolence who was bloodied at Selma and across the Jim Crow South in the historic struggle for racial equality, and who then carried a mantle of moral authority into Congress, died on Friday, July 17, 2020. He was 80.”  — 

 

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