Civil rights leader and Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., delivers remarks in front of a freedom bell during the "Let Freedom Ring" commemoration event in 2013. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Rep. John Lewis views for the first time images and his arrest record for leading a nonviolent sit-in at Nashville's segregated lunch counters in 1963. Rick Diamond/Getty Images hide caption

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In Nashville, Rep. John Lewis Gets Surprise From His Civil Rights Past

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Hear Lynn Neary's Story

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