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A Year After the Resurrection, Reflect on the Chaos of Those Inside the U.S. Capitol – NBC10 Philadelphia

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When an angry mob of hundreds stormed the U.S. Capitol during a ballot certification session on January 6, 2021, members of Congress, such as U.S. Representative Andy Kim of New Jersey , gather in their offices behind locked doors and lights out.

Another lawmaker, US Representative Susan Wild, who represents parts of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania, called her children to let them know she was thinking of them amid fear. and chaos.

A year later, U.S. Representative Madeleine Dean, who represents Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, still pauses to take a deep breath as she talks about that terrible day.

“I think about it every day, but it doesn’t affect my work,” Dean said in a recent interview. “It’s weird. I think of it almost as a different scene, a different place.”

In a three-part digital video series, found here and on other video platforms, including Roku, Apple TV, FireTV and Peacock, NBC10 caught up with lawmakers like Dean, who spoke to us on Uprising Day last year, to see how they feel now and what lessons Congress has learned moving forward. with a more peaceful and effective form of democracy. Clock Part 1: A year after the resurrection, the scar in the video player above. Here are the second and third installments in the series.

A year after the uprising, lessons from the siege

Dean still sees the effects of the siege of Congress this past January 6 every time she steps into the United States Capitol.

U.S. Representative Madeleine Dean still feels the effects of the siege of Congress on January 6 every time she steps into the United States Capitol. She and other local members of Congress representing the greater Philadelphia area spoke to NBC10 reporter Lauren Mayk about a year since the uprising. This is Part 2 of a digital video series called “A Year After the Resurrection”.

A year after the resurrection, divided in Congress

U.S. Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, seen in photos from January 6, 2021, flees the gallery of chambers of the House of Representatives at the US Capitol, believing that date still divides the nation festival.

U.S. Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, seen in photos from January 6, 2021, flees the gallery of chambers of the House of Representatives at the US Capitol, believing that date still divides the nation festival. She and other local members of Congress representing the greater Philadelphia area spoke to NBC10 reporter Lauren Mayk about a year since the uprising. This is Part 3 of a digital video series called “A Year After Insurrection”.

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