New on DVD: 'John Lewis: Good Trouble' follows life of beloved civil rights icon

New on DVD: 'John Lewis: Good Trouble' follows life of beloved civil rights icon

Lewis greets President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan in 1987.

A documentary featuring an American legend tops the new DVD releases for the week of Sept. 29.“John Lewis: Good Trouble”: Rep. John Lewis died in July, leaving a breathtaking legacy. Known for marching across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on 1965’s Bloody Sunday to protest voting discrimination against Black people and risking his life amid deadly police beatings, his more than 40 arrests during the civil rights movement protesting segregation, and decades of work toward legislation in these areas as well as health care and gun reform (just to name a few), Lewis is affectionately profiled in the do...

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