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Respect John Lewis’ Legacy and Pass His Voting Rights Bill

Republicans gave their condolences to the late senator, but their actions are hypocritical to Lewis’ life’s work

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On Rep. John Lewis’ last journey, which will eventually end today at South-View Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia, he stopped at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda to lie in state, where…




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Anjali Enjeti

Anjali Enjeti

Journalist, critic & columnist at ZORA. Essay collection SOUTHBOUND (UGA Press) & debut novel THE PARTED EARTH (Hub City Press), spring ’21. anjalienjeti.com.

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