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What lessons can we learn from Rep. John Lewis’ final message to the people of the United States?

John Lewis, the civil rights leader and congressman who died on July 17, 2020, wrote this essay shortly before his death. He requested the letter be published on the day of his funeral as a final message to the American people. How have we engaged in #GoodTrouble since that time, and how might we continue to honor his legacy?

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