On March 7, 1965, John Lewis was beaten and bloodied on a bridge in Alabama. Fifty-five years later, his body would lie in state in the U.S. Capitol. In between, he inspired generations with his call to create “good trouble” and became one of America’s most respected congressmen.
Lewis was a man of deeds, but as a legislator and activist, orator and author, he was a grand storyteller. Fluent figures such as Lewis are the most effective people to change minds and inspire action.
Indeed, his life shows what it means to be an authentic storyteller. Learn more here.
– Dan Stefano, WordWrite