The summary of Across That Bridge ? A Vision for Change and the Future of America presented here include a short review of the book at the start followed by quick overview of main points and a list of important take-aways at the end of the summary. The Summary of The book Across That Bridge was written by one of the most influential activists in the United States about the characteristics that demonstrators need to possess in order to bring about change that is long-lasting. The American civil rights movement of the 1960s is looked to as a model for activists not only in the United States but also in other parts of the world for ideas on how to combat injustice. In this piece, Lewis uses his own personal experiences, such as the freedom rides, bus boycotts, and the March on Washington, to teach future dreamers about the importance of nonviolent protest. Across That Bridge summary includes the key points and important takeaways from the book Across That Bridge by John Lewis.
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