John Lewis Deserved Better: How Lewis’ funeral was white washed

John Lewis @ The March on Washington 1963
“If Stokely Carmichael now says that nonviolence is irrelevant, it is because he, as a dedicated veteran of many battles, has seen with his own eyes the most brutal white violence against Negroes and white civil rights workers, and he has seen it go unpunished.” — Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Where Do We Go From Here”
A collection of images from Selma, Ferguson, Baltimore and Standing Rock
Kwame Ture (formerly known as Stokely Carmichael)
John Lewis was a radical, don’t forget that!

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