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Photo Gallery: Secretary Solis at JFK 50th Justice for All Panel discussion
(January 18, 2012)

Images include:

  • Caroline Kennedy, president of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, gives introductory remarks.
  • Leading with Diversity in a Global Economy panelist from L to R: Hilda Solis, U.S. Secretary of Labor; Thurgood Marshall Jr., partner, Bingham McCutchen LLP; Ron Williams, retired chairman and CEO, Aetna; Jill Abramson, executive editor, the New York Times; Ken Frazier, chairman and CEO, Merck; Susan Rice, American Foreign Policy Adviser and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; and Tom Brokaw award-winning journalist and author.
  • Secretary Solis shares her perspective on addressing the challenges and obstacles to a more diverse workplace and society.
  • Group photo of event participants from L to R: Caroline Kennedy; Kenneth Feinberg, chairman of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation's Board of Directors; Ken Frazier; Ron Williams; Jill Abramson; Jay Zimmerman, chairman of Bingham McCutchen LLP; Secretary Solis; Tom Brokaw; and Thurgood Marshall Jr.

Images include:

  • Caroline Kennedy, president of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, gives introductory remarks.
  • Leading with Diversity in a Global Economy panelist from L to R: Hilda Solis, U.S. Secretary of Labor; Thurgood Marshall Jr., partner, Bingham McCutchen LLP; Ron Williams, retired chairman and CEO, Aetna; Jill Abramson, executive editor, the New York Times; Ken Frazier, chairman and CEO, Merck; Susan Rice, American Foreign Policy Adviser and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; and Tom Brokaw award-winning journalist and author.
  • Secretary Solis shares her perspective on addressing the challenges and obstacles to a more diverse workplace and society.
  • Group photo of event participants from L to R: Caroline Kennedy; Kenneth Feinberg, chairman of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation's Board of Directors; Ken Frazier; Ron Williams; Jill Abramson; Jay Zimmerman, chairman of Bingham McCutchen LLP; Secretary Solis; Tom Brokaw; and Thurgood Marshall Jr.