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Photo Gallery: Sec. Solis, President Obama at We Can't Wait
(December 15, 2011)

Images include:

  • Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis, third from left, listens as President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Other attendees included: Karen Kulp, President & CEO Home Care Associates; and home care workers: Pauline Beck, Thelma Reta, Iterra Blackshear, Tracy Dudzinski, Manuela Butler, Elma Wauneetta Phillips, Bertie Caraway, Margaret Glover, Elva Munoz, Michelle Wise, Olive Nanette Lyons, April Jones-Britt, Martha Cobos, and Gilda Brown; and home care employers: Sascha M. Bittner and Robin L. Shaffert. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson).
  • President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Attendees include: Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Karen Kulp, President & CEO Home Care Associates; and home care workers: Pauline Beck, Thelma Reta, Iterra Blackshear, Tracy Dudzinski, Manuela Butler, Elma Wauneetta Phillips, Bertie Caraway, Margaret Glover, Elva Munoz, Michelle Wise, Olive Nanette Lyons, April Jones-Britt, Martha Cobos, and Gilda Brown; and home care employers: Sascha M. Bittner and Robin L. Shaffert. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
  • President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Among the workers joining the President was Pauline Beck, right, a home care worker from California who, in 2007, was shadowed by then Senator Obama as part of an event called: Walk a Day in My Shoes. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza.)

Images include:

  • Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis, third from left, listens as President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Other attendees included: Karen Kulp, President & CEO Home Care Associates; and home care workers: Pauline Beck, Thelma Reta, Iterra Blackshear, Tracy Dudzinski, Manuela Butler, Elma Wauneetta Phillips, Bertie Caraway, Margaret Glover, Elva Munoz, Michelle Wise, Olive Nanette Lyons, April Jones-Britt, Martha Cobos, and Gilda Brown; and home care employers: Sascha M. Bittner and Robin L. Shaffert. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson).
  • President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Attendees include: Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Karen Kulp, President & CEO Home Care Associates; and home care workers: Pauline Beck, Thelma Reta, Iterra Blackshear, Tracy Dudzinski, Manuela Butler, Elma Wauneetta Phillips, Bertie Caraway, Margaret Glover, Elva Munoz, Michelle Wise, Olive Nanette Lyons, April Jones-Britt, Martha Cobos, and Gilda Brown; and home care employers: Sascha M. Bittner and Robin L. Shaffert. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
  • President Barack Obama delivers remarks on new minimum wage/overtime protections for in-home care workers at a We Can't Wait event in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Dec. 15, 2011. Among the workers joining the President was Pauline Beck, right, a home care worker from California who, in 2007, was shadowed by then Senator Obama as part of an event called Walk a Day in My Shoes.(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza.)