With poignant timing, there is a new documentary about representative John Lewis, who died a week ago.
Since early adulthood, John Lewis’s life has been about one thing: justice for blacks in America. He was a shining example of what a person can do to pursue this unique vision and work on it every day. Overcome fear, stay human, connect with other people.
I have seen the movie, John Lewis: Good problemstwo weeks before his death. Our quarantine family sat together and watched them. The compelling archive news material in the film prompted the elders to tell the youth our childhood memories of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. John Lewis was there for so many crucial moments. And he was right in the middle of it until the end of his life. Despite everything he has been through and the discouraging persistence of the injustices he has fought, his life gives hope.
He was also a good storyteller – don’t miss the one about preaching to chickens.
I highly recommend John Lewis: Good problems. There are many ways to see it.
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