" Get in Good Trouble, Necessary Trouble, and Help
Redeem the Soul of America."
~ Congressman John R. Lewis ~
The Good Trouble Movement was founded in July of 2020 after the death of Congressman John Lewis. Congressman Lewis believed that Good Trouble can save the soul of America. Our goal is to carry out his marching orders and inspire a generation of global change makers who will redefine our history and illuminate our future. Together, let's get in some Good Trouble and save the soul of America.
Get Out To Vote
National Voting Day Countdown
November 3, 2020
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Your Vote Matters!!!
“My dear friends: Your vote is precious, almost sacred. It is the most powerful nonviolent tool we have to create a more perfect union.”
~ Congressman John Lewis ~
The Good Trouble Movement will pilot its founding programs, projects & initiatives in three civil rights cities in the State of Alabama. The City of Birmingham which served as one of the epicenters of the Civil Rights Movement, the City of Montgomery which served as one of the major milestones of the Civil Rights Movement, and the City of Selma which served as the global awakening of the Civil Rights Movement. More cities will be introduced at the beginning of 2021.
City of Birmingham
The City of Birmingham Alabama served as the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement. From the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing to the Childrens Crusade, Birmingham has been at the forefront of indelible justice & reform.
City of Montgomery
The City of Montgomery Alabama served as one of the ground breaking cities of the Civil Rights Movement. From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to Dr. Kings speech on the steps of the Alabama State Capitol, Montgomery has been on at the forefront of indelible justice & reform.
City of Selma
The City of Selma Alabama served as the one of the most notable epicenters of the Civil Rights Movement. From the "Bloody Sunday" march led by John Lewis to the Selma to Montgomery March, Selma has been at the forefront of indelible justice & reform.
Additional cities will be announced at a later date.
The Good Trouble Movement was founded by Jarrell V. Jordan, R. Jordan Davis & Caleb J. Neverson. These three young men from Birmingham were inspired to create this movement at the Final Bridge Crossing of Congressman John Lewis in Selma Alabama on July 26, 2020.