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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32106-06] Event hosted by Secretary Condoleezza Rice in the Benjamin Franklin Room, marking the launch of the Ralph Bunche Societies Initiative... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-32106-06_Elaine_Cline_fromPSD.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32106-06] Event hosted by Secretary Condoleezza Rice in the Benjamin Franklin Room, marking the launch of the Ralph Bunche Societies Initiative... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-32106-06_Elaine_Cline_fromPSD.jpg]

 
 
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The complete assignment is listed as: [Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32106-06] Event hosted by Secretary Condoleezza Rice in the Benjamin Franklin Room, marking the launch of the Ralph Bunche Societies Initiative, [which seeks to establish, through the Phelps Stokes Fund, Ralph Bunche Societies at U.S. universities for the purpose of stimulating interest in international leadership careers. Among attendees recognized in Secretary Rice's remarks were: Joan Bunche, daughter of Ralph Bunche; Sir Brian Urquhart, former Under Secretary General of the United Nations; Benjamin Rivlin, Director Emeritus of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies and Professor Emeritus of Political Science at City University of New York; Badi Foster, President of the Phelps Stokes Fund; and Michelle Howard-Vital, Chancellor of Winston-Salem State University, site of the first Ralph Bunche Society.] [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State]
[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32106-06] Event hosted by Secretary Condoleezza Rice in the Benjamin Franklin Room, marking the launch of the Ralph Bunche Societies Initiative... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State]

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