Graphic Novel Depicts John Lewis' 'March' Toward Justice

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Does The NFL's Proposed Settlement Change The Game?

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Evangelicals' New Chief Says Days Of Moral Majority Over

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Was Miley Twerking Or Just Trying?

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HBCU President: Students Hurt By Federal Loan Policy

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Self-Described 'Hypocrite' Photographs Black Men

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Does 'Marching' Digitally Send A Message?

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Crowd Defies Gray Weather For Anniversary Of 1963 March

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Obama Encourages Next Generation To Carry On King's Vision

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All Washington, D.C., liquor stores were closed on Aug. 28, 1963. While Maury Landsman's parents, who owned a liquor store, stayed home that day, he was determined to participate in the march. Charles Del Vecchio/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Civil Rights Fight Of Today: Complacency?

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Freedom Singer: 'Without Music, There Would Be No Movement'

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Historical photos and memorabilia decorate the walls of Rep. Lewis' office. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Rep. Lewis: 'I Gave A Little Blood Here And There'

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National Guardsman Burton Johnson set up a cot at a first aid station ahead of the March on Washington. AP hide caption

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Behind March On Washington's 'Sunny Reputation,' A Deep Fear

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