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Not a Delegation
Not a Delegation
Not a Delegation
The difference between the congressional pilgrimage to Selma and a congressional delegation.
Reverend Doug Tanner, Founder and Chief Advisor, Faith & Politics Institute
Not Allowed on the House Floor
Not Allowed on the House Floor
Not Allowed on the House Floor
James Johnson describes the different responsibilities he had compared to floor Pages and the moment he finally went on the House Floor.
James Johnson, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Not an Obstacle
Not an Obstacle
Not an Obstacle
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys shares her observations about the role of gender in her congressional campaigns.
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys, U.S. Representative of Kansas
Not Designed for Women
Not Designed for Women
Not Designed for Women
Rochelle Dornatt explains the obstacles waiting for women working in the Capitol.
Rochelle Dornatt, Chief of Staff, Representative Sam Farr of California
"Not In Tune with the Times"
"Not In Tune with the Times"
"Not In Tune with the Times"
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys describes the changing atmosphere in the House during the post-Watergate era and its effect on committee chairmen.
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys, U.S. Representative of Kansas
Not the First Woman
Not the First Woman
Not the First Woman
The Honorable Elizabeth J. Patterson reflects on the history of women from South Carolina who served in Congress.
The Honorable Elizabeth J. Patterson, U.S. Representative of South Carolina
"Notice I Haven't Mentioned Any Women"
"Notice I Haven't Mentioned Any Women"
"Notice I Haven't Mentioned Any Women"
Linda Melconian remembers the small number of women Members of Congress in the 1970s.
Linda Melconian, Assistant Counsel and Legislative Assistant, Speaker Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill, Jr., of Massachusetts
Obstacles Facing Women
Obstacles Facing Women
Obstacles Facing Women
Kathy Gille remembers the difficulties women encountered in pursuit of professional advancement.
Kathy Gille, Executive Floor Assistant, Representative David Bonior of Michigan
Offering Advice
Offering Advice
Offering Advice
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz recalls how she sought to help new Members find their way in Congress.
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Office Attire
Office Attire
Office Attire
Kathy Gille describes how the questions related to workplace attire posed new challenges for women during her career.
Kathy Gille, Executive Floor Assistant, Representative David Bonior of Michigan
Office Page
Office Page
Office Page
James Johnson explains the arrangement created by a group of Members that allowed him to attend the Capitol Page School.
James Johnson, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Office Politics
Office Politics
Office Politics
Rochelle Dornatt recalls pay inequities in the workplace.
Rochelle Dornatt, Chief of Staff, Representative Sam Farr of California