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June 29th, 2014
12:51 PM ET

Congress' awkward moment

Candy Crowley and the State of the Union panel caption the most awkward moment of the week... courtesy of Congress.

May 18th, 2014
01:51 PM ET

Gov. Patrick: I wouldn't be here without Brown v Board

Governor Deval Patrick reflects on the 60th anniversary of Brown v Board of Education and the impact its had on his life and career.

Filed under: Civil rights • Deval Patrick • Newsmakers • State of the Union
February 9th, 2014
12:21 PM ET

Holder goes for the Gold on gay rights

An executive push for gay rights and what it means for Attorney General Eric Holder's legacy.

Filed under: Civil rights • Eric Holder • State of the Union
August 28th, 2013
01:20 PM ET

1963 March a "significant turning point"

50 years after Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic speech – Rep. John Lewis  reflects on race in America then and now.  See the entire interview here.

Filed under: Civil rights • John Lewis • Newsmakers • State of the Union
August 25th, 2013
01:55 PM ET

The March on Washington 50 years later

Commemorating the March on Washington has an especially personal element for Rep. John Lewis: he was an original speaker at the 1963 event.

He was chairman of the Student Nonviolence Coordinating Committee, which led sit-ins and demonstrated for civil rights.

Fifty years later, he says he hopes young people continue to be inspired by the movement's message, so that when they are his age, "they will feel like they have succeeded, that they have become the best that they can be.

"And they will look at an America where the issue of race is gone, that we will lay down - they will lay down the burden of race and we have truly moved toward a multi-cultural, multi-racial, democratic society where no one is left out or left behind because of their race or nationality," he said.

Filed under: Civil rights • John Lewis • Newsmakers • State of the Union
August 24th, 2013
12:07 PM ET

March on Washington: The "Dream" 50 years later

A preview of Candy's interview with Congressman John Lewis. Lewis was the youngest keynote speaker on that historic day and the only surviving speaker. He looks back at the March on Washington and what it means 50 years later.

Watch more of the interview.

Filed under: Civil rights • John Lewis • Newsmakers • Race • State of the Union