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Confusion and Fear
Confusion and Fear
Confusion and Fear
Reflections of the confusion at the Capitol on the morning of September 11th.
Paula Short, Scheduler/Executive Assistant, Representative Nancy Pelosi of California
Congress and Hard Work
Congress and Hard Work
Congress and Hard Work
The Honorable Beverly Barton Butcher Byron describes how she defied the conventional thinking of the time by pursuing her own congressional career after the death of her husband.
The Honorable Beverly Barton Butcher Byron, U.S. Representative of Maryland
"Congress Needs a Conscience"
"Congress Needs a Conscience"
"Congress Needs a Conscience"
The Honorable Claudine Schneider shares a memory of Representative Millicent Fenwick of New Jersey.
The Honorable Claudine Schneider, U.S. Representative of Rhode Island
Congressional Accountability Act
Congressional Accountability Act
Congressional Accountability Act
Betsy Wright Hawkings remembers the origins of the Congressional Accountability Act, which extended most federal labor protections to congressional employees.
Betsy Wright Hawkings, Chief of Staff, Representative Christopher Shays of Connecticut
Congressional Baseball Game
Congressional Baseball Game
Congressional Baseball Game
Representative Oxley describes the camaraderie between congressional baseball players.
The Honorable Michael G. Oxley, U.S. Representative of Ohio
Congressional Baseball Game: Part One
Congressional Baseball Game: Part One
Congressional Baseball Game: Part One
Memories of the Congressional Baseball Game during the 1950s.
George W. Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama
Congressional Baseball Game: Part Two
Congressional Baseball Game: Part Two
Congressional Baseball Game: Part Two
Memories of the Congressional Baseball Game during the 1950s.
George W. Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part One
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part One
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part One
Carlottia Scott describes the working relationships forged among Congressional Black Caucus staff members.
Carlottia Scott, Chief of Staff, Representatives Ronald V. Dellums and Barbara Lee of California
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part Two
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part Two
Congressional Black Caucus Community: Part Two
Carlottia Scott remembers the network of working parents that supported each other in the House.
Carlottia Scott, Chief of Staff, Representatives Ronald V. Dellums and Barbara Lee of California
Congressional Black Caucus Outreach
Congressional Black Caucus Outreach
Congressional Black Caucus Outreach
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr. describes how the Congressional Black Caucus sought to create a collective voice and develop plans to work closely with community leaders.
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr., U.S. Representative of Missouri
Congressional Black Caucus Victory
Congressional Black Caucus Victory
Congressional Black Caucus Victory
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr. recalls how the Congressional Black Caucus helped Representative Ron Dellums make history as the first African-American Member to serve on the Armed Services Committee.
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr., U.S. Representative of Missouri
Congressional Delegation to Cambodia
Congressional Delegation to Cambodia
Congressional Delegation to Cambodia
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman recalls making a humanitarian visit to Cambodia with other women Members.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York