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Humanity in Action invites 26 for its annual 4-week John Lewis Fellowship program



In tribute to John Lewis’ legacy, Humanity in Action in collaboration with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights created a 4-week civil and human rights Fellowship for students from around the world in order to help guide the next generation of activists.

Tanya Washington, the Fellowship’s Program Director explains how important the Fellowship is, “Bridging the connection between history and current realities has [always] been important,” she said. “It is more important than ever that the efforts of young people are informed by the lessons of past resistance, engagement, and activism in advancing and protecting human and civil rights.”

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