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How you can stir up some 'good trouble' through causes John Lewis supported

John Lewis' tireless push for civil rights did not die with him on July 17, 2020. The longtime representative of Georgia's 5th congressional district spent his lifetime fighting for the oppressed and forgotten. And he wrote the playbook for the next generation to get into what he called "good trouble, necessary trouble." [Source]

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