'Fight for justice and equality'
The congresswoman fought for the legacy of the man who fought for the end of slavery, civil rights, and women's suffrage
Love is in the archives
Valentine's Day is around the corner. Find someone who looks at you the way Louise looks at Bob.
Reading and writing
Louise knew you can't spell "National Literacy Week" without the help of a teacher.
The only photo--and pair of sunglasses--that could properly celebrate President-elect Biden's inauguration
New year, same materials
A glimpse into our archivist’s office and the work that goes into processing the Slaughter collection.
An urban partnership
Slaughter and the Rochester Urban League were a formidable coalition for improving city living
More than a friendly face
In the spirit of 'Friendsgiving,' we get to know who Louise Slaughter was to her closest pals.
My old home in Fairport, NY
Although born and raised in Kentucky, the congresswoman made a home and name for herself in Monroe County
Veteran's Day, Louise Slaughter-style
Five years ago the congresswoman brought the spirit of the holiday to an elementary school
No Compromises on Diabetes
In honor of National Diabetes Month, we look at the congresswoman's fierce advocacy for research and prevention.
Celebrating (Halloween) at the cemetery
Almost 10 years ago Mt. Hope Cemetery underwent some improvements. The congresswoman stopped in to see them.
'Domestic violence is a national crime'
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Slaughter was one of its champions
Calling out cancer
Few in Congress were as active during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month as Slaughter