Sunday Reflections: Greater words than ours
This week, TLT is taking a break from its usual Sunday Reflections. Instead of reading our words, please spend a moment reading or listening to words from The Honorable John Lewis’s long career.
Here is his “Speech at the March on Washington” from August 28, 1963 when he was 23 years old.
You can view the speech below.
We invite our readership to share favorite words from or thoughts on John Lewis in the comments.
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About Heather Booth
Heather Booth has worked in libraries since 2001 and am the author of Serving Teens Through Reader’s Advisory (ALA Editions, 2007) and the editor of The Whole Library Handbook: Teen Servcies along with Karen Jensen.
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