In a new clip for John Lewis: Good Trouble, we see the politician and civil rights icon speaking about the motivations of civil disobedience.
Directed by Dawn Porter, the documentary provides audiences with an in-depth look at one of the most prolific figures in the Civil Rights Movement.
Using interviews and rare archival footage, John Lewis: Good Trouble focuses on Lewis’ six-decade career of activism in the fight for civil rights, gun control, immigration and health care reform.
In addition to interviews with political leaders, prominent members of Congress and Lewis’ family, Good Trouble will also explore Lewis’ childhood and his pivotal meeting with Martin Luther King Jr. in 1957.
Dawn Porter produced the film Good Trouble alongside Laura Michalchyshyn, Erika Alexander and Ben Arnon. The documentary was executive produced by Jeff Skoll and Diane Weyermann for Participant, Amy Entelis and Courtney Sexton for CNN Films, Ian Orefice and Mike Beck for TIME Studios, Stuart Ford for AGC Studios and Rachel Traub.
The film is now available on video-on-demand and select drive-in theaters. Watch the clip below:
Photo: CNN Films