Filter by

Congressional Black Caucus Oral Histories

Videos

Sorted by Most Recent Airing
Showing 1 - 6 of 6
  • Louis Stokes Oral History Interview
    Last Aired

    Louis Stokes Oral History Interview

    Representative Louis Stokes (D-OH) talked about his life and career. His thirty years in Congress was the longest term to date held by a black representative. Topics included his journey…

    213 views
  • Walter Fauntroy Oral History Interview
    Last Aired

    Walter Fauntroy Oral History Interview

    The Reverend Walter Fauntroy talked about his life and career. He was the first delegate to Congress from the District of Columbia. This recording is from the Avoice Virtual Library Project…

    212 views
  • Yvonne Brathwaite Burke Oral History Interview
    Last Aired

    Yvonne Brathwaite Burke Oral History Interview

    Yvonne Brathwaite Burke served in the United States House of Representatives from California in the 1970s. She recalled the work of the Congressional Black Caucus, her efforts on behalf of…

    265 views
  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Oral History Project
    Last Aired

    Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Oral History Project

    Elsie Scott described an ongoing oral history project to document the history of the Congressional Black Caucus, its work, and political influence. She also talked about the work of the…

    198 views
  • John Conyers Oral History Interview
    Last Aired

    John Conyers Oral History Interview

    Representative John Conyers talked about his life and career. Topics included the founding of the Congressional Black Caucus in 1971 and the establishment of the birthday of the Reverend…

    201 views
  • Charles Rangel Oral History Interview
    Last Aired

    Charles Rangel Oral History Interview

    Representative Charles Rangel talked about his life and career. Topics included the founding of the Congressional Black Caucus and his search for meaningful work after returning from…

    172 views