Across That Bridge

Across That Bridge

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Across That Bridge (2017) is a poignant account from one of America’s most powerful activists on the qualities that protestors need to embody to bring about lasting change. Activists in the US and all over the world look to the American civil rights movement of the 1960s for inspiration on how to challenge injustice. Here, Lewis uses personal recollections – from freedom rides to bus boycotts to the March on Washington – to impart lessons about nonviolent protest to the next generation of dreamers.

Who should read

Anyone who wants to speak truth to power People inspired by the historic victories of the civil rights movement Those interested in nonviolent communication

About the author

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Across That Bridge (2017) is a poignant account from one of America’s most powerful activists on the qualities that protestors need to embody to bring about lasting change. Activists in the US and all over the world look to the American civil rights movement of the 1960s for inspiration on how to challenge injustice. Here, Lewis uses personal recollections – from freedom rides to bus boycotts to the March on Washington – to impart lessons about nonviolent protest to the next generation of dreamers.

Who should read

Anyone who wants to speak truth to power People inspired by the historic victories of the civil rights movement Those interested in nonviolent communication

About the author

John Lewis was one of the most influential American activists of the twentieth century. A close friend and colleague of Martin Luther King Jr., as well as one of the original 13 Freedom Riders, Lewis played a crucial role in ending legalized segregation in the South. He also ushered in vital civil rights legislation in the 1960s. He was elected to the US Congress in 1987 and served until his death in 2020.

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