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John O. Marsh Jr., Secretary of the Army, promotes COL William A. Stofft, CHIEF of Military History, to the rank of brigadier general during a ceremony at the Fort Myer Officers Club. Assisting Marsh is Stofft's wife, Patty

U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. Robert Minter Alexander, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy, gives his opening remarks at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

The Honorable William J Perry (right), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Honorable Leslie L Byrne, (D-VA), Representative 11th Congressional District, pose for a photograph at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

The Honorable William J Perry (center left), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Honorable Leslie L Byrne (left), (D-VA), Representative 11th Congressional District, U.S. Air Force Brig. GEN. Roberta V. Mills, Tennessee Air National Guard (TNANG), and LT. GEN. Robert Minter Alexander, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy, pose for a photograph at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

David O. Cooke, Director, Administration and Management, and Director, Washington Headquarters Services Office of the Secretary Defense, speaks at the Pentagon, March 31, 1993, during the National Women's History Month observance. OSD Package No. A07D-0167 (DOD PHOTO by Helene C. Stikkel) (Released)

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

White House event, led by President George W. Bush, [honoring Black History Month,] with Acting Secretary Alphonso Jackson [among the dignitaries on hand]

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, listens while Chaplain Frank Wismer, Coalition Provisional Authority chaplain, talks about the history of Babylon during his visit in Baghdad, Iraq, on Sept. 6, 2003. (DoD photo by TECH. SGT. Andy Dunaway) (Released)

The Honorable Gordon England (right), Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), places a wreath in honor of Sailors and Marines at the Lone Sailor Memorial at Vista Point Outlook on the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Memorial offers scenic views of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge and historic Alcatraz prison. The 7-foot tall, 800-pound bronze statue, dedicated April 14, 2002, stands with his seabag facing the Bridge. The statue is surrounded by four bronze relief sculptures depicting the sea services from US maritime history

U.S. Air Force (retired) COL. Elmer Jones, a Tuskeegee AIRMAN, smiles while he looks at an oil painting depicting various parts of the history of the Tuskeegee Airmen that is on display in the Pentagon on Nov. 10, 2005. The Tuskeegee Airmen are visiting the Pentagon to receive a briefing about the current state of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. global operations, and then to have lunch with the Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo by MASTER SGT. James M. Bowman) (Released)

Former U.S. Air Force 2nd LT. William Wheeler (center), a Tuskeegee AIRMAN, points out a detail on an oil painting depicting various parts of the history of the Tuskeegee Airmen, that is on display in the Pentagon, to U.S. Air Force (retired) mater SGT. Ezra Hill (front, right) on Nov. 10, 2005. The Tuskeegee Airmen are visiting the Pentagon to receive a briefing about the current state of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. global operations, and then to have lunch with the Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo by MASTER SGT. James M. Bowman) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, listens to questions during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, talks during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, left, U.S. Secretary of Defense, is given a tour at the grave sites of the U.S. President Harry S. Truman and his wife, Mrs. Bess Truman, by museum director Mike Devine during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, speaks at a reception during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, right, U.S. Secretary of Defense, views the newspaper that falsely declared U.S. President Harry S. Truman's defeat in the 1948 presidential election during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, conducts a radio interview during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, right, U.S. Secretary of Defense, is given a tour by museum director Mike Devine during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, center, U.S. Secretary of Defense, poses for a photograph with patrons at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. Sec. Rumsfeld was in Independence to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, views artifacts during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, right, U.S. Secretary of Defense, watches while students from Grandville High School, South Kansas City, Mo., reenact events of the early days of the Korean War during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, speaks at a reception during his visit at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., on March 2, 2006. The purpose of his visit was to pay tribute to the first U.S. president of the Cold War era and to consider what lessons might be drawn from that important period in our history. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (left), U.S. Secretary of Defense, speaks with leaders of the Southern Center for International Studies at the History Center, Atlanta Ga., on May 4, 2006. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, speaks with leaders of the Southern Center for International Studies at the History Center in Atlanta Ga., on May 4, 2006. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (center), U.S. Secretary of Defense, poses for photos with members of the Georgia Army National Guard at the History Center in Atlanta, Ga., on May 4, 2006. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defense, speaks with leaders of the Southern Center for International Studies at the History Center, Atlanta Ga., on May 4, 2006. (DoD photo by PETTY Officer 1ST Class Chad J. McNeeley) (Released)

Secretary Gale Norton sampling database at opening of American Family Immigration History Center at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York City, New York. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton with National Park Service staff at the opening of American Family Immigration History Center at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York City, New York. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Television news anchor Tom Brokaw, Secretary Gale Norton, and Chairman of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, auto executive Lee Iacocca, left to right, at opening of the American Family Immigration History Center at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York City, New York

Secretary Gale Norton attending the opening of the American Family Immigration History Center at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York City, New York. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, left, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, center, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for AmericanIndian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, center, and Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb, to her right, holding copies of Navajo history publications during visit to the To Hajiilee-He Community School, an Eastern Navajo Agency-operated school in Canoncito, New Mexico. Visit highlighted federal support for American Indian schools

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Helicopters, including one that carried Secretary Gale Norton and Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel, viewed during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Colorado Governor Bill Owens, far right, speaking with reporter at airport media session, as Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, second from right, and Secretary Gale Norton, third right, look on, during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history

Secretary Gale Norton, Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, and Colorado Governor Bill Owens, far left to right, at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, prompting ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

View from aircraft carrying Secretary Gale Norton on visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Colorado Governor Bill Owens, far right, speaking with reporter at airport media session, as Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, second from right, and Secretary Gale Norton, third right, look on, during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history

Colorado Governor Bill Owens, far right, speaking with reporter at airport media session, as Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, second from right, and Secretary Gale Norton, third right, look on, during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, left, speaking with reporter at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, andlocal officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres and prompting ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Helicopter carrying Secretary Gale Norton and Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, second from left, speaking with reporter at airport media session, as Secretary Gale Norton, far left, looks on, during Secretary's visit to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, isthe largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres

Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Joe Allbaugh, center, speaking with reporter at airport media session during visit, with Secretary Gale Norton, to central Colorado for assessment of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, third from left, seated in helicopter with Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal, state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting 90,000 acres, including portions of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests

Secretary Gale Norton, left, with Colorado Governor Bill Owens at airport media session during visit to central Colorado for assessment, with federal,state, and local officials, of the Hayman forest fire emergency. Fire, started southwest of Denver, is the largest in Colorado's recorded history, affecting90,000 acres and prompting Interior ban on all public uses of federal lands in five counties

Secretary Gale Norton, left, presenting book, Two Eagles-Dos Aguilas: A Natural History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, to Mexico's Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Alberto Cardenas-Jimenez, at Department of Interior headquarters signing event for U.S.-Mexico wildlife protection pact

Secretary Gale Norton, left, presenting book, Two Eagles-Dos Aguilas: A Natural History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, to Mexico's Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Alberto Cardenas-Jimenez, at Department of Interior headquarters signing event for U.S.-Mexico wildlife protection pact

Secretary Gale Norton, left, presenting book, Two Eagles-Dos Aguilas: A Natural History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, to Mexico's Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Alberto Cardenas-Jimenez, at Department of Interior headquarters signing event for U.S.-Mexico wildlife protection pact

Secretary Gale Norton, left, presenting book, Two Eagles-Dos Aguilas: A Natural History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, to Mexico's Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Alberto Cardenas-Jimenez, at Department of Interior headquarters signing event for U.S.-Mexico wildlife protection pact

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1763.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1811.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1841.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1784.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1848.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1824.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1846.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1794.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1791.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1785.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1762.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1831.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1820.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1847.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1760.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1813.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1818.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1799.JPG]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-19466-05] African American History Celebration, in Dean Acheson Auditorium, [featuring performance by Morgan State University Choir, and remarks by guest speakers including: Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Bernard LaFayette, Jr., 1960's civil rights leader, Director of the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island; Dorothy Height, long-time civil rights and women's rights activist, President Emeritus of the National Council of Negro Women; and Romeo Crennel, head coach of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns... [Photographer: Ann Thomas--State] [59-CF-DS-19466-05_DSC_1766.JPG]