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Photo Gallery: Secretary Solis induction of Addie Wyatt into Hall of Honor
(May 9, 2012)

Images include:

  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family were in attendance May 8 at the United Food & Commercial Workers Conference, when Secretary Solis inducted the Chicago labor leader into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor. From left: Joel Hall, grandson-in-law, Renee Wyatt-Hall, granddaughter, Yvonne Wyatt, daughter-in-law, Claude Wyatt, son, Secretary Solis, Allen Wyatt, grandson, Rev. Gerald January, Katie Jordan, president of Chicago Chapter of Coalition of Labor Union Women.
  • Secretary Solis speaks at the conference in Chicago. She also inducted the Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Secretary Solis discussed the creation of more than 4.2 million jobs in America since January 2009.
  • Secretary Solis discussed the creation of more than 4.2 million jobs in America since January 2009.
  • Secretary Solis announces the induction of Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. From left: Rev. Willie Barrow, Steve Smith, Allen Wyatt, Claude Wyatt, Yvonne Wyatt, Renee Wyatt-Hall, Joel Hall.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. From left: Rev. Willie Barrow, Steve Smith, Allen Wyatt, Claude Wyatt, Yvonne Wyatt, Renee Wyatt-Hall, Joel Hall.
  • Attendees at the conference applaud after Secretary Solisinducts Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. Back row from left; Secretary Solis, Renee Wyatt Hall, granddaughter, Claude Wyatt, son. Front row: Rev. Willie Barrow, Chicago civil rights activist.

Images include:

  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family were in attendance May 8 at the United Food & Commercial Workers Conference, when Secretary Solis inducted the Chicago labor leader into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor. From left: Joel Hall, grandson-in-law, Renee Wyatt-Hall, granddaughter, Yvonne Wyatt, daughter-in-law, Claude Wyatt, son, Secretary Solis, Allen Wyatt, grandson, Rev. Gerald January, Katie Jordan, president of Chicago Chapter of Coalition of Labor Union Women.
  • Secretary Solis speaks at the conference in Chicago. She also inducted the Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Secretary Solis discussed the creation of more than 4.2 million jobs in America since January 2009.
  • Secretary Solis discussed the creation of more than 4.2 million jobs in America since January 2009.
  • Secretary Solis announces the induction of Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. From left: Rev. Willie Barrow, Steve Smith, Allen Wyatt, Claude Wyatt, Yvonne Wyatt, Renee Wyatt-Hall, Joel Hall.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. From left: Rev. Willie Barrow, Steve Smith, Allen Wyatt, Claude Wyatt, Yvonne Wyatt, Renee Wyatt-Hall, Joel Hall.
  • Attendees at the conference applaud after Secretary Solisinducts Chicago labor leader Addie Wyatt into the Department of Labor Hall of Honor.
  • Members of Addie Wyatt's family and friends were in attendance. Back row from left; Secretary Solis, Renee Wyatt Hall, granddaughter, Claude Wyatt, son. Front row: Rev. Willie Barrow, Chicago civil rights activist.