The vaunted collection features, among many others, the Chicago-born Amy T. Billingsley who serves as the assistant secretary of labor at the U.S. Department of Labor and has lived in Southwest D.C. since 1970. (Courtesy photo)
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'HistoryMakers' Archives Relocate
The U.S. Library of Congress in Southeast acquired in June the "HistoryMakers" video archive collection, which contains thousands of hours of interviews of prominent figures about African-American life, culture and the struggles and achievements of the black experience.