May 17 2017 • Tallahassee Democrat
Congressman John Lewis, a leader in the Civil Rights movement, is throwing his support behind Gwen Graham and her campaign for Florida governor.
Apr 29 2017 • Atlanta Journal-Constitution
More than 200 gun control advocates rallied Saturday in downtown Atlanta, joined by the city's U.S. Rep. John Lewis in what they say was an effort to counter the annual convention happening blocks away for the National Rifle Association.
Apr 17 2017 • WABE 90.1 FM
U.S. Rep. John Lewis has been named this year's recipient of the Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award for his decades-long work on human rights and civil liberties.
Mar 24 2017 • The Washington Post
For the most part, Democrats have flown under the radar in this health-care debate, preferring to step back and let Republicans shoot themselves in their leather-soled feet. But on Friday, Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), one of the most stirring speech givers in Congress, threw himself into the health-care debate in a big way.
Mar 11 2017 • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
It was easy to be green Saturday in Atlanta, as revelers warmed up for St. Patrick’s Day with a parade on Peachtree Street in Midtown. The event began at noon with U.S. Rep. John Lewis as grand marshal.
Jan 29 2017 • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
U.S. Rep. John Lewis...turned to a gathering crowd of activists and attorneys at the airport and declared: “Why don’t we just sit down and stay a while.”
Jan 21 2017 • The Atlanta Journal Constitution
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, whose feud with Donald Trump put Atlanta in the national spotlight, told thousands of marchers in his hometown on Saturday that they have a “moral mission and mandate to agitate.”
Jan 16 2017 • NBC NEWS
There comes a time when you have to say something, when you have to make a little noise, when you have to move your feet. This is the time. Now is the time to get in the way. The time to act is now. We will be silent no more.
Nov 04 2016 • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“We’re saying we don’t want to go back, we want to go forward as a state, as a people,” Lewis told reporters. “There are forces on the other side that want to take us back. But we want to continue to go forward as one people.”
Jun 27 2016 • Channel 2 Action News
“The problem is real. We've become the capital of the growth of HIV and AIDS,” Congressman John Lewis said.