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John Lewis’s siblings share how life on their family farm prepared him for politics
Reporter Nicole Ellis travels to the Lewis family farm in Troy, Alabama, to find out about John Lewis’s legacy of courage, faith and “good trouble.” According to his siblings, Rosa Lewis Tyner and Henry Grant Lewis, preaching to chickens as a child marked John Lewis's first step towards a life of activism.
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