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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32667-06] Program, in Benjamin Franklin Room,  offering "Salute to Abolitionists Working to End Modern Slavery." [Among officials delivering remarks were: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky; Ambassador at Large and Director of State's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, John Miller; Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf; and New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-32667-06_Dec_19-035.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32667-06] Program, in Benjamin Franklin Room, offering "Salute to Abolitionists Working to End Modern Slavery." [Among officials delivering remarks were: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky; Ambassador at Large and Director of State's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, John Miller; Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf; and New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-32667-06_Dec_19-035.jpg]

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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-32667-06] Program, in Benjamin Franklin Room, offering "Salute to Abolitionists Working to End Modern Slavery." [Among officials delivering remarks were: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky; Ambassador at Large and Director of State's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, John Miller; Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf; and New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State]

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