Washington, DC - May 12, 2009 -- United States President Barack Obama signs the Civil Rights History Project Act bill into law in the Oval Office of the White House Tuesday, May 12, 2009.  With President Obama are from left: U.S. Representative Mike Quigley (Democrat of Illinois); U.S. Representative Carolyn McCarthy (Democrat of New York); U.S. Representative Sanford Bishop (Democrat of Georgia); U.S. Representative Lacy Clay (Democrat of Missouri); U.S. Representative Jim Clyburn (Democrat of South Carolina) and U.S. Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia)..Mandatory Credit: Pete Souza - White House via CNP
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Washington, DC - May 12, 2009 -- United States President Barack Obama signs the Civil Rights History Project Act bill into law in the Oval Office of the White House Tuesday, May 12, 2009. With President Obama are from left: U.S. Representative Mike Quigley (Democrat of Illinois); U.S. Representative Carolyn McCarthy (Democrat of New York); U.S. Representative Sanford Bishop (Democrat of Georgia); U.S. Representative Lacy Clay (Democrat of Missouri); U.S. Representative Jim Clyburn (Democrat of South Carolina) and U.S. Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia)..Mandatory Credit: Pete Souza - White House via CNP

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