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John Lewis

'March' team prods youths to change the future

SAN DIEGO Fifty-plus years since committing to drag a deeply divided nation toward a brighter tomorrow, Rep. John Lewis recently turned not to well-heeled donors or seasoned pols for help, but to a roomful of children. "When you see something that is not right, you must disturb the order of things," the Georgia Democrat implored the hundreds of kids who gathered on Sunday at the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation to hear from the visiting civil rights icon. Lewis, in town to promote the second installment of his autobiographical graphic novel, "March," at Comic-Con International, spoke to a group of at-risk youths who live in a world far removed from the pop...