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Caroline Randall Williams joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss how she felt watching the tributes honoring civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis as he became the first Black lawmaker to lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda and she reflects on the legacy of his rhetoric, “the power of words and not silence that he left behind and what an important precedent that is going to be for us as we move forward

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