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From civil and voting rights to gun control, healthcare reform and immigration, iconic congressman John Lewis has spent more than 60 years working for change. Now, a new documentary is chronicling his social activism journey, from his youth in Alabama to his role in the Civil Rights movement and his career in the US House of Representatives. Now 80 years old, Lewis continues to champion equality, extolling the power of getting in ‘good trouble, necessary trouble’ to fight for what’s right.


In partnership with Capricorn Investment Group, join us to watch the film and come together for a post-screening discussion on August 3, 2020 at 6:30pm BST/ 10:30am PST, led by The Conduit’s Co-founder Paul van Zyl, to recognise the importance of Lewis’ leadership and explore what ‘necessary trouble’ we should be creating in our own communities and beyond.

From civil and voting rights to gun control, healthcare reform and immigration, iconic congressman John Lewis has spent more than 60 years working for change. Now, a new documentary is chronicling his social activism journey, from his youth in Alabama to his role in the Civil Rights movement and his career in the US House of Representatives. Now 80 years old, Lewis continues to champion equality, extolling the power of getting in ‘good trouble, necessary trouble’ to fight for what’s right.


In partnership with Capricorn Investment Group, join us to watch the film and come together for a post-screening discussion, led by The Conduit’s Co-founder Paul van Zyl, to recognise the importance of Lewis’ leadership and explore what ‘necessary trouble’ we should be creating in our own communities and beyond.