On today’s anniversary of the March on Washington, I’m thinking of Congressman John Lewis and the millions of people who fought and continue to fight for justice. We have come a long way in 57 years since that day and we still have such a long way to go. I’m dedicated to being on that path for equality with all of you for as long as it takes to ensure all people everywhere are free.
Congressman Lewis’s books have been such a light for me, especially in the difficult days of 2020. If you’re looking for someone to raise you up, to talk to you about courage, bravery, the power of love to change hearts and minds, freedom, and being a light in so much darkness, these books will do that. When I read them, I can hear his voice and I feel like he’s in conversation with me. He’s still in conversation with all of us, still supporting, encouraging, and inspiring us to be better, to do better, and to make Good Trouble.