John Lewis Net Worth

How much is John Lewis worth?

Net Worth:$500 Thousand
Date of Birth:February 21, 1940
Date of Death:July 17, 2020 (80 years old)
Height:1.75 m, 5 ft 8 in
John Lewis Net Worth:
$500 Thousand

American politician and civil rights activist. He was elected as a democratic representative for the state of Georgia in 1987.

He participated in Freedom Rides to desegregate the South during the American Civil Rights movement.

He was chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee to end segregation.

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Actor John Lewis has a networth that has to be considered modest.


In the year 1957, John Lewis attended the American Baptist Theological Seminary situated in Nashville, Tennessee. While at the Seminary, John Lewis researched about the nonviolent protest and assisted in organizing sit-ins separated lunch counters. John Lewis got arrested while demonstrating, and his mother was not happy with him indulging himself in the demonstrations. However, he was dedicated to the Civil Rights Movement and continued to take part in the 1961 Freedom Rides.

Personal Life

His parents were named Willie Mae and Eddie Lewis. He was married to Lillian Miles from 1968 until her death in 2012. They had one son, John-Miles.

He retweeted fellow politician Keisha Lance Bottoms in July 2019.

Inspirational Quotes by John Lewis

I would say the country is a different country. It is a better country. The signs I saw when I was growing up are gone and they will not return. In many ways the walls of segregation have been torn down.

John Lewis

When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say something; you have to do something.

John Lewis

I think President Barack Obama has been a good president.

John Lewis

We need someone who will stand up and speak up and speak out for the people who need help, for people who are being discriminated against. And it doesn't matter whether they are black or white, Latino, Asian or Native American, whether they are straight or gay, Muslim, Christian, or Jews.

John Lewis

If someone had told me in 1963 that one day I would be in Congress, I would have said, 'You're crazy. You don't know what you're talking about.'

John Lewis