Dawn Porter

producer and director of “John Lewis: Good Trouble”

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This is a rebroadcast:   Georgia Congressman John Lewis is a civil rights icon.

‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’ profiles the nonviolent activist-turned-congressman

This is a rebroadcast: Georgia Congressman John Lewis is a civil rights icon.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Filmmaker Dawn Porter chronicles Lewis’s life of activism in her new documentary called “John Lewis: Good Trouble.”

‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’ profiles the nonviolent activist-turned-congressman

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