The man who was behind the protest against racism and an ideal for social activists took his last breath on Friday late night.

He was fighting from pancreatic cancer and lately in December his reports highlighted the fourth and the last stage of this disease and at the age of 80 he took his last breath.

This popular lawmaker served political party for almost three decades with a purpose to demolish injustice and discrimination against the black people. He was the man behind the popular movement of “Black lives Matter”.

In 1963 Washington witnessed “Civil Right Movement” which was led by Martin Luther King and John Lewis. This movement was successful after two years when the blacks were given the voting rights, their daring attitude and nature a perfect shot to behold the upcoming circumstances for a better, tranquil and positive environment.

He was a part of the Congress party and won his seat in 1986 before that he was a community activist and even one of the best authors.

In 2011 he was awarded with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama. On sudden demise of Lewis Obama said “He is known as the Conscience of the United States Congress, still speaking his mind on issues of justice and equality”. In 2016 his literature books “MARCH” won the National Book Award.

A month before his demise he was spotted at a public gathering promoting Black Lives Matter Plaza and was posing with D.C Mayor with a t-shirt which read Black Lives Matter in yellow.