John Lewis Documentary

Join in on John Lewis: Good Trouble on Good Trouble Sunday!

NABMW has been selected to partner and benefit in civil rights icon, Congressman John Lewis' new documentary - John Lewis: Good Trouble which launched online Nationwide Sunday, July 5th!

Today is being billed as John Lewis: Good Trouble on Good Trouble Sunday, when churches and selected Not For Profits will join in the nationwide online cinema release, July 5th. 

The major film, "John Lewis: Good Trouble"  - a new documentary about the  life and work of John Lewis debuted July 5th online! Join the Nation today, on Good Trouble Sunday and watch in the comfort of your home! 

The movie is only $12.00 and NABMW will receive 50% of any downloads from our landing page (link below).

Join in on John Lewis: Good Trouble on Good Trouble Sunday!

And there is more! At the end of the film, enjoy a pre-recorded Q&A with Congressman John Lewis hosted by Oprah Winfrey! Further, organizations around the country are being rewarded with a percent of proceeds to help with their good works! NABMW is honored to have been selected! Now that's Good Trouble on Good Trouble Sunday!

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