Episode: 'Good Trouble': A New Generation Of Activists On John Lewis' Indelible Legacy


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'Good Trouble': A New Generation Of Activists On John Lewis' Indelible Legacy

The legacy of John Lewis — the tireless civil rights leader and longtime representative for Georgia's 5th congressional district, who died Friday after a battle with pancreatic cancer — won't die with him, at least not if the next generation of civil rights leaders activists has anything to say about it. We speak to some of them about Lewis' mantra of causing "good trouble," and what that means to them. Kwame Rose, Rose Scott, Dawn Porter and Andrew Aydin join Meghna Chakrabarti.



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