|John Lewis (You should meet, Ready-to-read)|
Author: Patrick, Denise Lewis
From the time John Lewis asked Dr. Martin Luther King to help integrate a segregated school in his hometown as a teenager, he never stopped organizing, from Freedom Rides, to the marches in Selma and Washington, and more. He believed in getting into "good trouble" for good causes, and became a civil rights activist and United States Representative.
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