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House Proceeding 04-01-08 on Apr 1st, 2008 :: 1:40:26 to 1:42:01
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Danny K. Davis

1:36:49 to 1:40:26( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Danny K. Davis

Danny K. Davis

1:40:15 to 1:40:26( Edit History Discussion )

Danny K. Davis: it's now my pleasure to yield such time as she might consume to representative tsongas of massachusetts. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. ms. tsongas: mr. speaker, i rise

Hank Johnson

1:40:26 to 1:40:41( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: today to commemorate national women's history month and particularly this year's focus on female artists. i commend the organizations and communities across the country that celebrated women's history

Hank Johnson

1:40:26 to 1:42:01( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Hank Johnson

Hank Johnson

1:40:41 to 1:40:56( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: month by educating people about the many contributions women in the arts have made. my hometown of local, massachusetts, is a great -- lowell, massachusetts, is a great example. they made

Hank Johnson

1:40:56 to 1:41:11( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: it a great success by bringing together diverse organizations that held art displays and workshops all around women's heart and -- art and history. in lowell, women's commitment to the arts.

Hank Johnson

1:41:11 to 1:41:24( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: at the time of its founding in the late 19th century, the young women working the textile mills published a literary magazines of potery. without commemorative months like this one, some

Hank Johnson

1:41:24 to 1:41:33( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: of our most interesting women's history would be forgotten. this resolution rightly honors female artists of the past, but i also salute the many women who throughout our communities, tirelessly

Hank Johnson

1:41:33 to 1:41:48( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: support the arts through philanthropic means. i hope the passage of this resolution today does not mark oe the end of a month of remembrance, but is a catalyst for renewed interest in learns

Hank Johnson

1:41:48 to 1:42:01( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: what great women of the past have given us. thank you and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the gentleman from illinois. mr. davis:

Danny K. Davis

1:42:01 to 1:42:14( Edit History Discussion )

Danny K. Davis: i continue to reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia has yielded back his time. -- virginia has yielded back his time. mr. davis: thank you, mr. speaker, and i had some

Danny K. Davis

1:42:01 to 1:46:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Danny K. Davis

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