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On April 13, 2015, Rep. John Lewis, congressman and civil rights activist, gave the keynote address at Monticello’s Founder’s Day ceremony. After the ceremony, Lewis discussed his visit and what it meant to be awarded the 2015 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen Leadership.

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