John Lewis Memorial: Hometown honors 'boy from Troy' Three presidents embrace the struggle for rights. Trump suggests postponing the election.As John Lewis is laid to rest, national leaders, past and present, offered sharply different views of America. Obama warns that Trump's actions threaten US democracyIn one of the most jolting moments in modern political history, former President Barack Obama reclaimed his political pulpit with a stark warning that his successor is a grave and imminent threat to American democracy and racial justice. John Lewis Funeral Updates: Obama Expected to Give EulogyThe civil rights leader will be laid to rest in Atlanta, the city he represented in Congress for more than three decades. Honoring John Lewis: Updates from Alabama memorial services Saturday ‘Emmett Till was my George Floyd’: John Lewis makes final rousing call for progress in essayThe New York Times publishes opinion piece on day of civil rights leader’s funeral at Ebenezer Baptist church in Atlanta John Lewis memorial: His final crossing of Edmund Pettus Bridge The embodiment of Lewis' lifelong sacrifice set to honor himInside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s church in Atlanta, the nation's first Black president -- who has acknowledged there only was a Black president because of what Civil Rights icon and eventual Congressman John Lewis sacrificed -- will deliver the eulogy. Obama to eulogize John Lewis as former presidents attend civil rights icon's funeralFormer President Barack Obama will give the eulogy at US Rep. John Lewis' funeral on Thursday and former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush will attend the service, according to sources familiar with the former presidents' plans. 'He never yielded': mourners pay respects to John Lewis outside CapitolKept outdoors by coronavirus threat, hundreds view casket of congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, 'conscience of Congress,' to lie in state at the Capitol Masked mourners brave heat, virus fears to honor John LewisWASHINGTON (AP) — Mourners braved both coronavirus fears and brutal heat on Tuesday to pay their respects to the late Rep. John Lewis, the first Black lawmaker to lie in state at the Capitol... Atlanta Mourns John Lewis and Ponders Carrying On With ‘Good Trouble’The congressman and civil rights leader preached in support of nonviolent resistance, a message that some say must live on in his absence.