VAN LEWIS: “I was brought in involuntarily”

Van Lewis is an intelligent, reflective man whose brave protest in front of the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital occurred over 40 years ago on December 17, 1970. His was an early voice in the eventual social uprising that we call intactivism today. James Loewen interviewed him recently.

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One Response to VAN LEWIS: “I was brought in involuntarily”

  1. James Loewen says:

    One of the great aspects of intactivism is meeting the people drawn to this issue. I was immediately drawn in the first time I heard Van Lewis speak publicly abut this issue. There is no doubt in my mind Van will be recorded in history as a unique and celebrated human rights pioneer.

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