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Responding to the Shooting
Responding to the Shooting
Responding to the Shooting
John Allen Murphy recalls responding to the shooting at the Capitol on March 1, 1954.
John Allen Murphy, Metropolitan Police Officer, Washington, DC
Response to the National Commission's Report
Response to the National Commission's Report
Response to the National Commission's Report
Michael R. Lemov describes the drive behind the consumer rights movement.
Michael R. Lemov, Chief Counsel, Investigations Subcommittee, House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
Responsibilities of Pages
Responsibilities of Pages
Responsibilities of Pages
Representative Kanjorski describes the responsibilities of House Pages during the 1950s.
The Honorable Paul E. Kanjorski, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Responsibility of Public Figures
Responsibility of Public Figures
Responsibility of Public Figures
The Honorable Sue Myrick remembers speaking out about her experience with breast cancer and the effect it had on her female constituents.
The Honorable Sue Myrick, U.S. Representative of North Carolina
Return to the Capitol on September 11, 2001
Return to the Capitol on September 11, 2001
Return to the Capitol on September 11, 2001
Eyewitness account of the informal and symbolic gathering of Members of Congress on the Capitol steps in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the United States.
Tina Tate, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
RFK Testifies
RFK Testifies
RFK Testifies
A memory of the first testimony of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy on the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Benjamin Zelenko, Counsel, House Committee on the Judiciary
Right Thing to Do
Right Thing to Do
Right Thing to Do
Jennice Fuentes details what motivated her when working on immigration.
Jennice Fuentes, Chief of Staff, Representative Luis Gutiérrez of Illinois
"Right to Dissent"
"Right to Dissent"
"Right to Dissent"
The Honorable John R. Lewis explains the importance of protest in the political process.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Roland Libonati of Illinois
Roland Libonati of Illinois
Roland Libonati of Illinois
Judiciary counsel Benjamin Zelenko remembers a moment that almost killed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Benjamin Zelenko, Counsel, House Committee on the Judiciary
Role in History
Role in History
Role in History
Reflections on the significant role of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate Era.
Donnald K. Anderson, Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives
Role of Gender in the Campaign
Role of Gender in the Campaign
Role of Gender in the Campaign
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder describes the way the media, the public, and her new colleagues reacted to her candidacy as a married woman with young children.
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder, U.S. Representative of Colorado
Role of the Clergy in the Civil Rights Movement
Role of the Clergy in the Civil Rights Movement
Role of the Clergy in the Civil Rights Movement
Reverend Tanner discusses the relationship between religion and politics in the civil rights movement.
Reverend Doug Tanner, Founder and Chief Advisor, Faith & Politics Institute