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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
50Th Anniversary Of The Voting Rights Act Of 1965 August 5, 2015
Barbara Mikulski, D-MD
"I am proud to commemorate this anniversary as the Senator for Maryland. Marylanders have a rich history of battling discrimination, going back to the darkest days of slavery. The brilliant Frederick Douglass was the voice of the voiceless in the struggle against slavery. The courageous Harriet Tubman delivered 300 slaves to freedom on her Underground Railroad. And the great Thurgood Marshall went from arguing Brown v. Board of Education to serving as a Supreme Court Justice. All were Marylanders."
Statements On Introduced Bills And Joint Resolutions August 5, 2015
Barbara Mikulski, D-MD
"There are very few sites in the National Park System that celebrate women’s history. I am proud that Maryland is home to one of those sites with the newly authorized Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park in Cambridge. But it is not enough."
Recognizing Jewish Community Services Of South Florida July 28, 2015
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-FL
"My community liaison, Harriet Carter, and I have participated in many events of the JCS of South Florida, and I thank all the volunteers who will make this year’s Milk & Honey event a smashing success."
Honoring Vietnam Veterans And North Dakota’S Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives In Vietnam July 16, 2015
Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND
"The Mandaree American Legion Post honors me consistently by allowing me to enter with their shawl at American pow-wows and honors me by allowing me to walk with Nathan’s mother Harriet as we honor her as a Gold Star Mother."
Celebrating The Life, Legacy And Work Of Harlem Activist Minnie Moore June 19, 2015
Charles Rangel, D-NY
"Though she was the granddaughter of slaves and did not complete her college education, Minnie Moore touched the hearts of the entire Harlem community. Minnie established the Harriet Tubman Block Association, which provided an array of programmatic activities including educational and social services to children and families through summer youth programs; recreational activities; annual block parties; support to struggling artists; after-school homework assistance; on-going workshops on critical social and health-related issues; pantries, flea markets; and donations of holiday baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas."

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