Ms. Rice was presented an award for her leadership and her presence as a role model in the African-American community. In her remarks she spoke about the importance of family and education.
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- Dorothy I. Height Chair and President Emerita National Council of Negro Women
- Alexis Herman Secretary (Former) Department of Labor
- Condoleezza Rice National Security Adviser White House
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