Get In The Way: The Journey of John Lewis

Runtime : 60 mins

Genre : Documentary


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Plot : Biographical documentary about John Lewis, the civil rights icon, respected legislator and elder statesman who continues to practice nonviolence in his determined fight for justice.

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