The world lost a powerful civil rights leader in John Lewis in 2020, which was the beginning of a new civil rights movement. Lewis was the youngest and last survivor of the Big Six civil rights activists, a group led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He was best known for leading some 600 protesters in the Bloody Sunday march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. Lewis’ bloody beating by Alabama state troopers in 1965 helped galvanize opposition to racial segregation, and went on to a long and celebrated career in Congress. He won his seat in Congress in 1986 and spent much of his career in the minority. After Democrats won control of the House in 2006, Lewis became his party’s senior deputy whip, a behind-the-scenes leadership post in which he helped keep the party unified. Lewis believed in getting into “good” trouble to help make the world a better place and leaves a lasting legacy for everyone to follow.