Representative Mike Honda Oral History Interview
This interview is about 40 minutes.
American History TV is airing a selection of oral history interviews with former and current Asian American members of Congress. This week we hear from Representative Mike Honda of California who was elected to the House in 2001. After serving in the Peace Corps, Honda became a science teacher and later principal at two public schools. Once elected to Congress, he spent much of his time advocating for education and health care.
This interview is about 40 minutes. close
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Mike Honda U.S. Representative [D] California
Ronald A. Sarasin President U.S. Capitol Historical Society
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