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[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-11-08_SOI_K_Af-Am_Exp] Fundraising gala for the National Park Foundation's African American Experience Fund (AAEF) at the Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Center, New York City, New York, where Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [joined former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and civil rights leader Andrew Young, former Assistant Secretary of Labor and Little Rock school integration pioneer Ernest Green, Coca-Cola Company Vice President Ingrid Saunders Jones,  public television news correspondent and moderator Gwen Ifill, and AAEF Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Harris among the dignitaries on hand] [48-DPA-04-11-08_SOI_K_Af-Am_Exp_IOD_3324.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-11-08_SOI_K_Af-Am_Exp] Fundraising gala for the National Park Foundation's African American Experience Fund (AAEF) at the Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Center, New York City, New York, where Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [joined former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and civil rights leader Andrew Young, former Assistant Secretary of Labor and Little Rock school integration pioneer Ernest Green, Coca-Cola Company Vice President Ingrid Saunders Jones, public television news correspondent and moderator Gwen Ifill, and AAEF Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Harris among the dignitaries on hand] [48-DPA-04-11-08_SOI_K_Af-Am_Exp_IOD_3324.JPG]

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Subject: Fundraising gala for the National Park Foundation's African American Experience Fund (AAEF) at the Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Center, New York City, New York, where Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [joined former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and civil rights leader Andrew Young, former Assistant Secretary of Labor and Little Rock school integration pioneer Ernest Green, Coca-Cola Company Vice President Ingrid Saunders Jones, public television news correspondent and moderator Gwen Ifill, and AAEF Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Harris among the dignitaries on hand]

Photographer: Tami Heilemann--Interior Staff
[Assignment: 48-DPA-04-11-08_SOI_K_Af-Am_Exp] Fundraising gala for the National Park Foundation's African American Experience Fund (AAEF) at the Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Center, New York City, New York, where Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [joined former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and civil rights leader Andrew Young, former Assistant Secretary of Labor and Little Rock school integration pioneer Ernest Green, Coca-Cola Company Vice President Ingrid Saunders Jones, public television news correspondent and moderator Gwen Ifill, and AAEF Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Harris among the dignitaries on hand]

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