Tybre Faw traveled 7 hours to see his hero, Dem. Rep. John Lewis, who was in Selma, Alabama, to commemorate the 1965 march for civil rights. The boy became emotional when they met, and Lewis invited him to march with him toward the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
BREAKING: Civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis says he has Stage IV pancreatic cancer: "I am going to fight it" "I may miss a few votes during this period, but with God’s grace I will be back on the front lines soon."
BREAKING: Rep. John Lewis calls for impeachment proceedings against President Trump: "We must not wait! ... To delay or to do otherwise would betray the foundation of our democracy."
WATCH: Rep. John Lewis speaks ahead of vote on resolution condemning the president's racist tweets: "I know racism when I see it. I know racism when I feel it ... Some of us have been victims of the stain, the pain and the hurt of racism ... Segregationists told us to go back!"
'I'm not asking any of you to give any blood. I'm just asking you to go and vote like you never voted before.' — Rep. John Lewis
Hugging a child, Rep. John Lewis vows action to stop practice of family separation. "Just tell me whatever you want me to do. I will go to the borders. I'd get arrested again. If necessary, I'm prepared to go to jail."