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Protest in the Senate
Protest in the Senate
Protest in the Senate
The Honorable Lynn C. Woolsey recalls visiting the Senate with other House Members to discuss discrimination against women with Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina, chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
The Honorable Lynn C. Woolsey, U.S. Representative of California
Protesting Apartheid
Protesting Apartheid
Protesting Apartheid
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr. describes a memorable trip to South Africa to protest apartheid.
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr., U.S. Representative of Missouri
"Put Her on Appropriations"
"Put Her on Appropriations"
"Put Her on Appropriations"
The Honorable Kendrick B. Meek explains how his mother received an influential committee assignment during her first term in the House.
The Honorable Kendrick B. Meek, U.S. Representative of Florida and Son of U.S. Representative Carrie P. Meek of Florida
Putting Ideals into Practice
Putting Ideals into Practice
Putting Ideals into Practice
Kathy Gille reflects on her quest to make her political ideals a reality during her time in Congress.
Kathy Gille, Executive Floor Assistant, Representative David Bonior of Michigan
Qualified to Lead
Qualified to Lead
Qualified to Lead
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz reveals how women candidates needed to convince people they could succeed in politics despite their gender.
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Questioning President Ford
Questioning President Ford
Questioning President Ford
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman recalls questioning President Ford on the pardon of Richard Nixon.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
Questions after the Attack
Questions after the Attack
Questions after the Attack
Uncertainty after September 11th.
John Stopher, Professional Staff Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Technical and Tactical Intelligence
Quick Decision to Run for Congress
Quick Decision to Run for Congress
Quick Decision to Run for Congress
The Honorable Beverly Barton Butcher Byron recalls the quick decision she made to run for Congress after the death of her husband Representative Goodloe Byron of Maryland.
The Honorable Beverly Barton Butcher Byron, U.S. Representative of Maryland
Quick Turnaround
Quick Turnaround
Quick Turnaround
Jim Molloy recalls how he made a quick decision to accept a patronage position for the House of Representatives.
James (Jim) T. Molloy, Doorkeeper of the U.S. House of Representatives
Quiet Ride Home
Quiet Ride Home
Quiet Ride Home
Personal account of leaving the Capitol on September 11th.
Brian Gaston, Director of Policy, Representative Richard K. Armey of Texas
Race and Gender
Race and Gender
Race and Gender
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke discusses the challenges she faced as an African-American woman.
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, U.S. Representative of California
Race, Gender, and Politics
Race, Gender, and Politics
Race, Gender, and Politics
The Honorable Donna F. Edwards reflects on the role of race and gender in Maryland politics.
The Honorable Donna F. Edwards, U.S. Representative of Maryland