A hearse carrying the American flag-draped casket of Rep. John Lewis, stopped at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C. before heading to the U.S. Capitol where he will lie in state.
His son was given the Black Lives Matter street sign to mark the moment. Crowds stood along the road to watch Lewis's hearse pass by.
Lewis died after a yearlong battle with cancer on July 17 at age 80.
His motorcade landed at Andrews Air Force base before making stops at historic sites in D.C., including the African American Museum.
On Sunday, Lewis' hearse crossed over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama on the second day of remembrance for the late civil rights leader.
Lewis once said one of the proudest moments in his life was seeing Barack Obama sworn in as president in January 2009.
Lewis's long journey for equality will end with his funeral at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday, July 30.