Congressman John Lewis meets with Tim Cook at Apple HQ
Georgia congressman John Lewis visited with Tim Cook at Apple's Cupertino headquarters earlier today. Lewis was in the area as part of a book tour for the second part of his graphic novel about the civil rights movement in the United States, titled "March: Book Two."
Cook tweeted about the visit earlier today, saying the following:
Honored to host @RepJohnLewis at Apple today. His 50-year march for justice and equality inspires us. @MARCHTrilogy pic.twitter.com/I5ye7OdIDiHonored to host @RepJohnLewis at Apple today. His 50-year march for justice and equality inspires us. @MARCHTrilogy pic.twitter.com/I5ye7OdIDi— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 17, 2015February 17, 2015
Cook and Lewis also spoke in a private meeting during the visit. While it's unknown what the two discussed, it most likely centered around diversity in the tech industry, similar to a meeting between Cook and Rev. Jesse Jackson that occurred late last year.
Source: Tim Cook (Twitter)
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