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March: Book One
March: Book One | John Robert Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell
Congressman John Lewis (GA-5) is an American icon, one of the key figures of the civil rights movement. His commitment to justice and nonviolence has taken him from an Alabama sharecropper's farm to the halls of Congress, from a segregated schoolroom to the 1963 March on Washington, and from receiving beatings from state troopers to receiving the Medal of Freedom from the first African-American president. Now, to share his remarkable story with new generations, Lewis presents March, a graphic novel trilogy, in collaboration with co-writer Andrew Aydin and New York Times best-selling artist Nate Powell (winner of the Eisner Award and LA Times Book Prize finalist for Swallow Me Whole). March is a vivid first-hand account of John Lewis' lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation. Rooted in Lewis' personal story, it also reflects on the highs and lows of the broader civil rights movement. Book One spans John Lewis' youth in rural Alabama, his life-changing meeting with Martin Luther King, Jr., the birth of the Nashville Student Movement, and their battle to tear down segregation through nonviolent lunch counter sit-ins, building to a stunning climax on the steps of City Hall. Many years ago, John Lewis and other student activists drew inspiration from the 1958 comic book Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story. Now, his own comics bring those days to life for a new audience, testifying to a movement whose echoes will be heard for generations.
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Bookish_Gal
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Book 1 of 3. This is a start up of how John Lewis grew up and got into the civil rights movement. Well written and paced. Dark colors throughout; no colors. This gives the story a certain feel to me. Hard to put into words. At least the colors don‘t take away from Lewis‘s autobiographical story. It‘s serious stuff. This whole training to react nonviolently to prepare for their sit-ins struck me.

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Really well-written. Basically an autobiographical telling of John Lewis‘ early life. The art is okay, it‘s a little too sketchy (blurry lines/edges) for me.

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JuliaTheBookNerd
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#JohnLewis #WeRemember 🌹💔

#BookNerd 💙🤓📚

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🧡📚🙌🏻 10mo
Eggs Well done 👍🏼 10mo
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Kshakal
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Eggs Beautiful 🤩 10mo
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kelli7990
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Today, I‘m sharing what I read in March. I listened to podcasts more than books. I still have a lot of podcasts on Audible that I want to listen to. I listened to 4 Audible podcasts and 1 book from Kindle Unlimited.

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jlhammar
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Inspiring and educational graphic memoir trilogy. John Lewis tells the story of his life-long fight for civil rights, including the Selma protest at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

#Bridge #SavvySettings
@Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs I read this trilogy last year 🧡👏🏻❤️ 10mo
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BkClubCare
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March is an important book in the telling of our country‘s history. Photo upper right tells of a 1958 sit in at a lunch counter in Wichita KS. The page of March: Book One open to the Greensboro NC sit in a year + later.

#BookSpinBingo - Going to spend tomorrow on my #DoubleSpin book and see if I can get that last row. Oh! Finishing March also gets the diagonal starting Column 1 Row 1, so I actually have eight bingos. Yowza.

Nutmegnc 🔥🔥🔥 11mo
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rsteve388
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What a great graphic novel.series about John Lewis and the life he lived and the fight for civil rights. What a great platform to tell this story.

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JoeMo
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This powerful graphic novel covered John Lewis‘s childhood to his activism as a young adult. The sacrifices Mr. Lewis and his contemporaries made, with being beaten and jailed repeatedly for nonviolent protests, cannot be minimized or forgotten(the included pic is from one of his earliest arrests). I love the method of using a graphic novel to tell Mr. Lewis‘s story and I‘m excited to read the rest of the series. 5/5 - I heavily recommend to all

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Sharpeipup
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Another #blameitonlitsy read and it did not disappoint. #graphicnovel

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Kshakal
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This year needs to slow down!! I can‘t believe that it is March already!! #windsofmarch @Eggs

Eggs Thanks Kerri😘😘 2y
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ChasingOm
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My attention span is a mess right now, so hit me with your best diverse graphic novels! 😄

#IntegrateYourShelf

jenniferw88 I've got nothing, I'm afraid. Looking forward to stacking a lot! 2y
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TheBookHippie This was really good 2y
Lovesbooks87 Not in the database that I see but Long Way Down: The Graphic Novel by Jason Reynolds (edited) 2y
TheBookHippie @Lovesbooks87 I couldn‘t find it either and I agree it‘s so good 2y
MeganAnn Good Talk is one of my favorites! (edited) 2y
MeganAnn Almost American Girl was great also 2y
TheBookHippie 😅 that‘s my list I‘ve used mentoring kids. There are more but these fit your categories the best 🤍 2y
MeganAnn And I really want to read this one: 2y
MeganAnn I want it read this one too: (edited) 2y
KVanRead @MeganAnn I was going to suggest The Best We Could Do. It‘s really good!! 2y
Laughterhp I really liked this one 2y
Coueriamb Lmao same. The Magic Fish and After The Rain were already tagged and are amazing. Added the tagged book because it‘s next on my TBR, but following it are the Cautionary Fables and Tales series. 2y
TheBookHippie @BarbaraTheBibliophage That one is so good!!!! 2y
BarbaraTheBibliophage I keep hearing about this one but can‘t vouch for it personally 2y
alisiakae My daughter is loving this series right now 2y
alisiakae Another fantastic LGBTQ+ GN 2y
alisiakae My favorite superhero GN, featuring a Muslim-American Ma Marvel 2y
alisiakae Ans one of my favorite reads from last year 2y
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KatieDid927
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Thank you so much @Chrissyreadit !! I love everything! I‘ve been wanting the March books so badly, so I‘m SO excited you got them for me! All the Boys Aren‘t Blue as well! And that candle! And book sleeve! And T! You are the best! Thank you!

And thank you so much @Chelleo for hosting this awesome swap!

#BlitsySwap #BHMS #BlitsyHistoryMonthSwap

Chrissyreadit I‘m glad- I saw you liked Baldwin when stalking your page and I just loved the book sleeve so much- the shirt was hardest to choose- there were so many options.... 2y
KatieDid927 @Chrissyreadit You chose perfectly I say! 2y
Gissy Yes!! Everything is beautiful!😍❤️❤️❤️ 2y
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Chrissyreadit I just realized- was the BLM pin in the box? Worried I lost it or something..... 2y
KatieDid927 @Chrissyreadit Yep, it‘s there! In the bottom left corner of the t-shirt. 😊 2y
Chelleo Ooooooh, great package! Loved March 1 (still need to read the other 2). Also, thank you so much for the beautiful surprise package. I adore the all of the art! So kind of you! 2y
KatieDid927 @Chelleo You‘re welcome, thank YOU again for hosting this awesome swap! 2y
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Eggs
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Another month came and went and so it goes! Welcome March 2021💚💚 Thanks to everyone who played in February and enjoy this challenge!
Choose a book, quote, poem, song or other literature that expresses your interpretation of the prompt, add a photo! Use #WindsofMarch hashtag and tag me @Eggs Now, go be creative ! Starting Monday!
😘😘😘😘 Anyone can play! You‘re all invited🥳

TheSpineView Thanks for the tag! 😊 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💚💚💚 2y
Eggs @TheSpineView @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks you‘re most welcome 😘😘 2y
Tera66 @Eggs Im in, thank you! 2y
Eggs Yayyy 👍🏼👍🏼 glad to have you❣️ @Tera66 2y
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ChasingOm
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This prompt could cover civil rights for people of color, for Indigenous peoples, for disabled folx, for members of the LGBTQ+ community, etc. It could cover events from the past or the current struggles that marginalized communities are still fighting. There is still so much work to be done... 😔

#IntegrateYourShelf

ozma.of.oz Oh I‘ve got to think about this one! 2y
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ncsufoxes My son (he‘s 16) has this one & it‘s good. His favorite book was Monster by Walter Dean Myers. He said it really helped him understand a lot about inequalities. American Boys is another good one 2y
Clare-Dragonfly This excellent memoir immediately comes to mind. 2y
ChasingOm @ncsufoxes I have Monster on my Kindle, but haven‘t read it! I‘ve heard great things about that one as well, @Clare-Dragonfly 2y
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vivastory
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Too early to know GA results for sure, but I'm *very* optimistic. Going to bed with hope in my heart. 💙

Reggie 💙💙💙 2y
KatieDid927 The race was just called for Warnock! 💙 One to go... 2y
Cathythoughts 💙great quote ! 💙💙💙 2y
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Hooked_on_books This is a wonderful quote. 2y
AmyG A good day for Democracy! 💙 2y
readordierachel 🎉🎉🎉 2y
Hooked_on_books If you had asked me in October what state would turn out to step up for democracy and try to set the ship straight again, I would never have guessed Georgia. Mad respect for Georgians for stepping up and getting it done! 2y
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Cinfhen
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I really enjoyed this first installment of John Lewis‘s legacy. His drive for tolerance and acceptance and his vision for peace & equality told in book one of March. So sad that this great man left us in 2020. Thanks again @Amandajoy for putting this back on my #ReadersRadar

Amandajoy I‘m glad you enjoyed it! They are great books, I‘m on the third one now. 2y
Cinfhen I‘m definitely going to read the rest of the trilogy @Amandajoy ❣️ 2y
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Cinfhen
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Up next....thanks for the suggestion @Amandajoy #CountdownTo2021#ReadingGoals #GoodReads

MayJasper Unusual cover. I guessed wrongly what the book was about. 2y
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erzascarletbookgasm
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Told as a memoir from Congressman John Lewis (RIP), this book takes a look at his growing up in rural Alabama, & provides a glimpse of how life was for Black families under segregation laws in the 40s/50s. We learn of his meeting with Martin Luther King Jr & Jim Lawson; the non-violent lunch counter sit-ins...events that lead to the Civil Rights Movement which is recounted in Books 2 & 3. Superb artwork/storytelling.

#jennyis30 #politics

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TheBookHippie
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AmyG 💙🙌🏻💙 2y
HOTPock3tt 💙🙌🏽 2y
MittenGirlPeach I just posted the same quote before I saw yours! Ahhhhhh, it‘s a beautiful morning. 🧡 2y
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Deblovestoread 💙💙💙 2y
CBee 💙💙💙✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻 2y
mrp27 💙💙💙 2y
GingerAntics 💙💙💙 2y
AlaMich 💙👍💙👍 2y
Bookzombie 💙💙💙 2y
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KVanRead
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Spotted on a neighborhood walk. ❤️😥

Hooked_on_books This is lovely. Thank you for posting. 2y
alisiakae 💙💙 2y
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vivastory
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Love the #LitFortuneCookie for the week & with the upcoming election very much on my mind the theme of enthusiasm is especially relevant. Two icons we lost this year, their legacies & words continue to be an inspiration & provide enthusiasm for change at the ballot box. @KVanRead
I tag @readordierachel @Reggie @DGRachel @Soubhiville @Hooked_on_books @Addison_Reads @monalyisha @sprainedbrain

KVanRead I love this so, so, much.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ RBG and John Lewis please send us all the enthusiasm in our time of need 🙏 #vote 2y
KVanRead Thanks for playing! 2y
Leftcoastzen Amazing post ! So admired these two! 2y
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LibrarianRyan
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To many, if you say Graphic Novel they think super heroes and villains, but GNs are so much more. They are history lessons, biography, political commentary, and sometimes just fun.

The world of GNs are ever expanding and our #LMPBC looks to explore these expanding worlds. We are looking for 2 people to explore with us.

You can sign up here https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080444aead2ca0ff2-litsy10

LibrarianRyan If you have any questions, or are new to #LMPBC and want to know more, just ask. It's a fun way to find new book and do a book club at a slower pace. Plus most graphic novels can be read in an hour or so. 2y
Buchbeeg I grabbed a spot! This is the first time I've heard of this, and it sounds amazing. 2y
LibrarianRyan @Buchbeeg That's great!. When we get our 4th what we do is put up suggestions of what we want our choice of book to be. Either a GN you already own or one you have been wanting buy. The group will then tell you of your suggestions what ones they have read or are of the most interest and then you pick. You read it, mark it all up, and then mail it off. each month you will get a different members book to mark up, and at the end you get yours bac 2y
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bibliobard For the Graphic Novel kids group, are we counting teenage as part of that age range? 2y
Eggs Loved the March GNs 2y
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Ruthiella
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I don‘t own these. I took the photo from someone with the handle “theentertainer” on Poshmark who‘s selling the set.

This was my first thought for the prompt #freedomfighter . I‘m typically not a fan of graphic novels/memoir but I do want to try these books.

#FallFinds

Ekkross They are incredible. I would highly recommend trying them out 2y
Ruthiella @Ekkross Thanks for the recommendation! I will check out the first volume for sure. 😀 2y
britt_brooke They‘re SO good!! 2y
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Ruthiella @britt_brooke Yes, I will definitely try them, they are so acclaimed. 😀 2y
Eggs Yes! Agree with @Ekkross @britt_brooke Great series❣️Timely with the recent passing of the great John Lewis (edited) 2y
Ruthiella @Eggs So timely! 2y
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Jen2
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Oh my goodness, what an amazing story!!!

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hwestfall
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A great book. I borrowed it from the library but I am putting it on my “to buy” list.

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Bookwormjillk
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I love that when John Lewis told his story it was in graphic novel format. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. #bookspinbingo

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
kspenmoll Love this series. ❤️ 2y
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underground_bks
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I‘ve been participating each Sunday in the #BLM protest in my small Georgia college town. Reading this trilogy of graphic memoirs about the Civil Rights Movement by the late Representative John Lewis has been immensely moving and inspiring. The events of these books happened not so long ago and the call for equality in America remains just as urgent. Each book is a timely reminder of the promise of our democracy and our duty to see it fulfilled.

CaitlinR These graphic novels are wonderful. I‘d love to see them adopted as curricular materials. How great that you‘re marching! 2y
underground_bks @CaitlinR the weekly protests have become so important to me! I just get so demoralized during the week, and standing for what I believe and the sense of community involved in the marching really gives me hope. I am really curious to learn more about nonviolence. And I want every kid in America to get the chance to read these books! 2y
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behudd
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I‘ve read and watched quite a few things about John Lewis‘s life, and am still always amazed that our lifetimes overlapped. He is so inspiring to me, and I try to remind myself frequently to follow his example.
It was great to hear the beginning of his story in his own words, and graphic novel nonfiction is one of my favorite genres. Looking forward to starting book two!

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Purpleness
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So excited to dive into book two later!

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dainarmb
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So close to Bingo halfway through the month! Any recommendations for some light reads that have more than two POVs? I'm all ears!

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dainarmb
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"March" handles heavy subject matter in a way meant to bring children and other young adults into the movement for equality and justice. It is a beautifully done graphic novel retelling of Lewis' early years of his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. I will definitely be seeking out the second and third installments!

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dainarmb
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Just borrowed this from the library and was shocked to find it is a signed copy. I feel like they shouldn't let this valuable out of their sight! But then I remember what the purpose of a library is 😅🤦🏽‍♀️

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LilMrmd79
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Started this tonight and will likely finish it tonight too. 😉 Very good so far.

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MeganLindell
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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sabyym
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Considering the current events with BLM movement, it was important to be educated. Book 1 focuses on sit ins in Nashville and it really is an incredible piece of history. The sit ins at lunch counters was an act of non-violence move led by Jim Lawson. It‘s a story of incredible black and white students who started this movement who were then humiliated, beaten up, arrested just for asking to be served in a restaurant equally as white people.

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ozma.of.oz
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March by John Lewis. An amazing graphic novel.

The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin.

The Autobiography of Malcolm X. I‘ve had the audiobook narrated by Laurence Fishburne preordered for months.

The Sword and the Shield by Peniel Joseph.

#integrateyourshelf @ChasingOm @Emilymdxn

ChasingOm Ooooh, that audiobook sounds like a great way to read this! 3y
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Angitron
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I‘m often behind on writing reviews here, and such is the case with this book. I actually finished this about a week ago, and to find out that Lewis had just passed a few days later was a punch to the gut. This is a powerful and moving account of his life in the civil rights movement, starting from his childhood as the son of a sharecropper. A must read.

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CBee
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I‘m ashamed to say that I‘ve had this book on my shelf for a while, and just finished it today. I‘ve already ordered the other two - it is VITAL reading for our times, and I am better for having read it.
Rest in power, John Lewis.

Trashcanman ,👁👁 2y
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sebrittainclark
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An incredibly graphic novel memoir in three parts that describes John Lewis's experience in the civil rights movement. It's a really fascinating story and the art works really well to convey the story. I really recommend reading it, and if your library offers Hoopla, hou can get all three books there.

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Well-ReadNeck
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Feeling all the feels today. The nation lost a great man and I lost my Congressman. I was so proud the first time I was able to cast my vote for such a legendary leader after I moved into his district. A huge loss for all of us. #GoodTrouble

BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘m so sad about his passing. 😰 3y
Prairiegirl_reading I‘m Canadian and I am upset about it too. I‘m sorry, what a huge loss. 😢 3y
kspenmoll He is a huge loss! Two civil rights leaders lost the same day- Rev. C.T. Vivian as well. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/07/18/us/john-lewis-ct-vivian-dead/index.html (edited) 3y
MallenNC A huge loss for our whole country but I‘m sure it feels even heavier in his district. As I was watching Good Trouble today I kept thinking how devastated his Congressional staff must feel. 3y
Leftcoastzen He was incredible!😢 3y
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MallenNC
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I just finished watching this documentary, which does a great job showing why John Lewis was a hero. It‘s available for rent online, and I recommend it as a way to pay a small tribute to him today. I‘ve read March but I‘d love to read even more about this person who gave so much of himself to our country and to democracy.

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Julsmarshall
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Representative John Lewis was an American hero and has blessed so many lives with his intelligence, perseverance and lifelong service. Today I reread his graphic novel series March, the National Book award-winning series for young people that he co-wrote and was based on his extraordinary life. I know his legacy will live on and continue to inspire us to get into #goodtrouble

Freespirit The world needs people like him😊 3y
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sprainedbrain
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Such sad news last night for our nation. We lost an icon and a hero. It‘s on all of us to keep making good trouble because we have a long way to go.

I reread the March trilogy this afternoon, this time with my 9-year-old. If you haven‘t read it, please do.

RIP John Lewis

Julsmarshall I did that too! So heartbreaking to lose him 😥 3y
mrp27 A couple years ago my library hosted an event with Nate Powell and he shared some incredible stories about working with Lewis on the March trilogy. Such a heartbreaking loss. 3y
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Chrissyreadit
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Did anyone else feel tearful over this news? Read March. We have lost a National Hero today.

Eggbeater His was a hard loss. I am very sad today too. 3y
Christine Yup. But I hope all of the public reflection on his life will inspire a lot of people to act. 💔❤️ 3y
Hooked_on_books This hurt my heart to hear about. Especially now. The US is poorer now for his loss, but I hope his legacy is strong and grows. A remarkable man. 3y
Bette 😔💔 3y
mrp27 Heartbroken. 3y
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EclecticReaders
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We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Congressman John Lewis. He did so much for our country and will be sorely missed. If you‘d like to learn more about his life, his work, and his legacy, we‘d recommend reading his powerful graphic novel memoir series MARCH.

EclecticReaders “Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Do not become bitter or hostile. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble. We will find a way to make a way out of no way.” 3y
Deblovestoread Those are words we need right now and to remember going forward through these scary times. 3y
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rachelm
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Rest In Peace, John Lewis.

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TracyReadsBooks
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Sad news last night as John Lewis passed away after a six month battle with cancer. A towering figure in the civil rights movement, “the conscience of the US Congress”, and an inspiration to millions. Feels like a good time to reread his award winning graphic novel memoir in celebration of a life well lived. RIP Representative John Lewis. 💔

Prairiegirl_reading My heart hurts this morning. 😢 3y
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PaigeTurner
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In one of those very “DC moments,” I had the privilege of hearing John Lewis speak at a little comic book store a few years ago. Such a remarkable man. Rest in power Mr. Lewis. Pick yourself up a copy of his highly engaging and educational graphic novels!

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ChaoticMissAdventures
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Rest in Power Sir. The amount of work and #goodtrouble you gave us was worth 50 lifetimes.

I am utterly grateful and heartbroken.

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