Trump says he isn’t sure of how the civil rights act has worked out for Blacks in this country and he is attempting to downplay the contributions of the late Congressman John Lewis, I am live on MSNBC’s#TheLastWord sharing my thoughts.
Fox News’ daytime ratings “fell off a cliff” when the network started broadcasting the funeral for congressman and civil-rights icon John Lewis
CELEBRATING A HERO: @CBS will honor the life and legacy of civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis in a primetime special focusing on his guiding sense of empathy and justice. You can watch "John Lewis: Celebrating a Hero" tonight at 10/9c on @CBS .
TONIGHT: CBS is honoring the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis with a unique tribute, featuring some of the biggest names in entertainment. The hour-long special will be hosted by @Oprah Winfrey, @tylerperry , Brad Pitt & our very own @GayleKing . Watch NOW on @CBS .
OPINION: Congressman John Lewis, Mayor Charles Evers and Rev. C.T. Vivian set a high and necessary standard for new generations, columnist Duvalier Malone argues. The rest of us must pick up their torches. #Mississippi #civilrights
“We were beaten. We were tear-gassed. I thought I was going to die on this bridge. But somehow and some way, God almighty helped me here," Congressman John Lewis said in an emotional speech at the apex of the bridge. "We must go out and vote like we never, ever voted before."
For those of us who mourn John Lewis today, he would also want you to remember his friend Reverend C.T. Vivian. A fellow lion for justice who journeyed home to glory just hours before the Congressman. Together again now.
Congressman John Lewis should finally focus on the burning and crime infested inner-cities of the U.S. I can use all the help I can get!
Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart (not to......
I couldn’t agree more with @RepAdamSchiff : if we are to truly honor Congressman John Lewis’s legacy, we must stand up against the President’s efforts to undermine our elections and the right to vote.
This interview with Congressman John Lewis -- in front of a live audience in Kentucky in October 2013 -- was one of the most memorable and moving experiences of my professional life. It feels just impossible to lose him at a time when we need him so much.