As someone who had his skull fractured while marching for civil rights in the 1960s, a little crowdsurfing probably doesn't scare Rep. John Lewis.
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During an eight-minute interview, he talked about the recent sit-in in Congress over the lack of movement on gun control legislation.
"Sometimes you have to find a way to get in the way or get in trouble, good trouble, necessary trouble", he said, with a crowd member shouting "We love you" in response.
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"I met [civil rights leader] Rosa Parks in 1957 when I was 17".
"They want us to do something", Lewis said. The only difference? Colbert held a Captain America shield, while Lewis wore the Infinity Gauntlet. "We have to stop the killing". Lewis explained that he did the book as a graphic novel because it's important to educate young people on our history. And the father would say, 'Make it plain. They discussed the historic 1963 march from Selma to Montgomery and how he got beaten at the Edmund Pettus Bridge. "And we should support him".
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