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ARETHA FRANKLIN PORTRAIT UNVEILING
SHOT BY GENEVA SANDS National Portrait Gallery To Present Portrait of Aretha Franklin, Acclaimed Singer and Recipient of the 2015 Portrait of a Nation Prize August 16, 2018 Media Website: Smithsonian News Desk <http://newsdesk.si.edu/> The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery recognizes the life of acclaimed singer and musician Aretha Franklin. Her portrait will be installed tomorrow morning in the museum's In Memoriam space on the first floor, and it will remain on display through Aug. 22. Media are invited to view and photograph the portrait during a special open house beginning at 11:30 a.m. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1942, Franklin influenced the course of American soul and pop music. With her signature voice-unmistakably familiar for its depth, range and emotional power-Franklin rose to prominence on the American music scene after her first commercial success in the late 1960s. Merging her childhood interests in gospel singing-both of her parents were gospel singers and her father was a renowned preacher-with jazz, rhythm and blues, and pop music, Franklin came to be known as "Lady Soul," belting out a string of early number-one hits, including "Respect" (1967) and "Since You've Been Gone" (1968). Considered to be one of the greatest singers of her generation, Franklin is the winner of 18 Grammy Awards and was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1987). In 2015, the National Portrait Gallery honored Franklin with the Portrait of a Nation Prize, timed with her celebrated performance at the inaugural American Portrait Gala for which she performed several of her hits, including "Respect," "Freedom" and "Chain of Fools." In this poster, legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser uses his characteristic kaleidoscope palette and innovative geometric forms to conveys the creative energy of Franklin's performances. This color lithographic poster was created in 1968, the same year the National Portrait Gallery opened its doors to the public.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
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Laura Bush travels to Afghanistan
LAURA BUSH Mrs. Bush in Afghanistan, accompanied by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Deputy WH Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin, Deputy Director of Advance Steve Atkiss, Gordon Johndroe, already on ground Tours the Women's Teacher Training Institute in Kabul Participates in roundtable discussion with teachers and students Meets with grant recipients Announces a $17.7 million grant for the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and a $3.5 million grant for the International School in Afghanistan, a K-12 school Participates in tree planting ceremony Meets with President Hamid Karzai Dines with troops and makes remarks at Bagram Airbase Laura Bush goes to Kabul, Afghanistan Margaret Spellings is also on the trip. March 30, 2005 NY2 X82 SLUGGED: 0550 FLOTUS X82 Laura Bush arriving at Bagram Airbase at 12:00pm local time, and shaking hands with one representative from each of the coalition countries operating in Afghanistan. 06:05:13 meeting with troops on tarmac after arrival 06:06:10 Laura Bush arrival and meeting troops on tarmac 06:08:34 view out of chopper back door 06:09:40 children 06:10:58 children giving Laura Bush flowers Teachers, who are in training, sitting on the floor of the classroom. 06:13:03 ws building 06:13:14 ms women sitting on ground 06:13:21 ms women's face covered 06:14:41 Laura Bush entering room shaking hand of woman 06:15:00 Laura meeting Afghan women 06:15:06 ws of women sitting on ground 06:15:36 laura bush listens as afghan woman tells who people are 06:15:47 laura Bush meeting Afghan women 06:16:10 Laura bush shaking hands of women 06:16:22 laura; I'm so happy to be here to meet all of you who are going to train to teach others to teach 06:16:44 this was actually an idea of one of your ministers most pressing need training of teachers 06:17:14 oh that's great thank you very much I was a teacher, and then I got a masters in Library science, 06:17:24 I know how important teaching is, and teaching in your villages 06:17:54 thank you all, good luck to all of you, best wishes 06:18:04 I'm so happy to see them, great thanks so much, thank you for your good work. 06:18:16 laura talking with woman as she walks out Teachers and trainers sitting at a table talking to the First Lady. 06:18:25 two shot of afghan women 06:18:32 ms woman with head on fist 06:18:40 pull out to ms of people at table 06:18:53 ms of door 06:18:59 laura walking through room, 06:19:06 Laura: thank you so much, thank you for standing that's so nice of you 06:19:19 Laura: and men, a lot of you have met already ofcourse when you have been to the United States, I want to tell you how happy I am to be in Afghanistan, 06:19:56 stopped at a military base, and the commander's wife, wrote me a letter and asked me to please tell them how proud we are of them and how we wish them the very best, very happy to be able to tell you in person 06:20:22 Laura putting shawl on 06:20:52 ms of woman talking in English about goals, (camera is jumpy a bit then clears up) 06:21:15 ws of room with Laura and group, push in to laura and friend 06:21:30 laughing Margaret Spellings sitting next to Flotus 06:21:45 side shot of table with women telling what they want to do, and laura listening. 06:22:11 women listening, 06:22:23 06:22:33 great ms of laura, oh it's quick. 06:22:47 Laura listening to woman talk, nodding her head. 06:23:16 ms of Afghanistan map pull to room with translator standing behind 06:23:34 cu of laura's hands 06:23:39 cu of Laura listening t 06:23:47 ws of room 06:23:59 Laura: you have school buildings or buildings being built? 06:24:10 interested I am in this teacher training institute, and been to visit Karen Hughes, she said what's the most pressing need, and they said someway to train teachers, and a safe place to stay, and so this whole teacher training 06:24:48 pull 06:25:05 ws of room 06:25:19 zoom into ms of man 06:25:25 pan of women 06:25:28 margaret spellings, being introduced by Laura Bush 06:25:43 ms of Laura talking, Afghanistan and Texas are about the same size, the same population, and thank you all and very good luck to all of you. Now we'll go look at the dorm. 06:26:33 did you end up getting some money for the women's things? 06:26:49 ms of women with cameras lined up 06:27:07 ms of cases, looks like decorations, it's some kind of shop Laura Bush walking past merchandise of textiles, fabrics and jewelry they sell. 06:27:26 laura enters shakes hands of woman, kind of far away 06:28:07 laura the rugs are so beautiful pull to ws 06:28:16 side shot of laura shaking hands saying hello 06:28:31 ws Laura going over to wome on other side of room, 06:28:57 laura says: thank you so much, Laura: this beautiful gift, she holds up gift with woman, cu of gift pull to two shot 06:29:22 Laura: thank you so much 06:29:34 behind view Laura receiving a gift from a woman 06:29:55 great two shot of laura with woman who is giving her a gift. 06:30:25 cu of cases on table 06:30:44 Laura: and I love this too, is this. 06:30:53 ws of laura looking at things and talking to woman 06:31:06 laura said these, are beautiful looking at pashmina's. 06:31:27 laura; this is the jewelry? 06:32:08 Behind side view of Laura. Laura: ladies how are you? Nice to meet you. 06:32:43 Laura receiving a gift 06:32:56 cu of gift 06:33:04 How are you? Nice to meet you. They are so beautiful. Thank you so much. 06:33:23 side view of Laura taking picture with woman who makes rugs. Introduced to 300 invited Afghans --Laura Bush's speech was not covered in its entirety -- Ann points out that the best line is "...Democracy is more than elections, the survival of a free society depends on participation of all citizens, men and women..." 06:34:04 Laura bush enters room, people clap she sits down. 06:34:20 side shot of girls choir. 06:34:46 side view of girls singing 06:35:06 good cu of girl singing, 06:35:25 cu of girl singing 06:35:32 two shot of laura Bush and Margaret Spellings listening 06:35:47 Laura goes to podium. 06:36:03 ws of room Us afghan women's dormitory 06:36:20 Laura: I've especially watched . 06:36:38 translation 06:36:56 ws of audience 06:37:02 Laura: and no where is that more evident 06:37:10 the ordinary business that will take place 06:37:20 leap forward Afghan women have taken 06:37:34 we are only a few years removed from the rule of terrorists, that tyranny has been replaced by young democracy. 06:38:14 we must be mindful though, that democracy is more than just elections, depends on the participation of all of its citizens, it is possible if institutions like this exist, and the most critical tool of all is education 06:38:46 translation 06:38:51 behind shot of Laura Bush addressing audience 06:39:07 this program addresses 06:39:26 ms side view of American Army man in audience 06:39:40 audience clapping 06:40:08 ews of Laura Bush on stage pan to audience 06:40:27 side shot of Laura Bush Laura Bush watches as an agreement is signed to build an American University in Kabul --- (the US commitment is $17.7 million). 06:41:03 laura and Margaret and others go over for signing ceremony 06:41:25 cu of Margaret spellings signing agreement 06:41:43 cu of Laura Bush pull to ms 06:41:58 three shot of Laura Bush and two 06:42:30 clapping by signees --Laura Bush plants a tree outside. 06:43:16 Laura walking with Afghan woman, shaking hands 06:43:50 Laura helping to plant a tree 06:44:05 behind view of Laura holding tree 06:44:13 ws of Laura with Afhan woman ANN COMPTON TRACK AND STAND UP 06:44:34 ann compton 06:44:42 this is ann Compton su bridge 06:44:47 ofcourse there re some untidy aspects, the delay again of parl. Elections and recent dos complaint, the poppy 06:45:06 take two 06:45:14 ofcourse there are some aspects of afghan policy, including the delay again, that Afghanistan has let the population of opium and popium out of control 06:45:38 track 06:45:55 this is ann Compton, 06:45:58 06:46:02 it is a long planned journey kept secret even from the president from a week or so, 06:46:14 as a former teacher, mrs. Bush is particularly focused on re-opening 06:46:26 for those who travel in Afghan provinces 06:46:43 mrs. Bush is delivering millions of dollars of 06:46:52 close 06:46:53 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call to Hamid karzai, but the results are difficult 06:47:26 that's it 06:47:42 laura bush says 06:47:47 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections she says she brings solidrity 06:48:01 but also a significant contribution for the establishment of an American university in Afghanistan 06:48:21 in a trip that she kept secret even from the President and helicoptered to this refurbished 06:48:40 no chairs or desks, the sit on pillows, but brightening when mrs. Bush appears. 06:48:59 end of track LAURA BUSH GOES TO BAKERY, BUYS COOKIES FOR $1. GREETS KIDS AND GIVES THEM KALIEDESCOPE 06:49:37 Laura goes into bakery 06:49:45 you have a nice bakery and it smells very good 06:49:57 ms of bakery 06:50:04 Laura gets to pick out cookies, don't they look good 06:50:22 cu of Laura getting cookies 06:50:53 up angle of Laura getting cookies 06:51:09 Laura (great angle) getting more cookies 06:51:34 men ringing up cookies. 06:51:50 one dollar, Laura laughs, a very good deal great, are those beans? Pistachios. 06:52:28 Laura: thank you so much we'll be eating these on our way home. Thank you. LAURA GIVES KALEIDOSCOPE TO CHILDREN*ONE KID HAS NO SHOES 06:52:47 ms of bare feet pan up to children 06:53:10 Laura goes to kids, gives them kaleidoscopes. 06:53:35 cu of kid with kaleidoscopes, 06:53:49 put it on a page. 06:53:54 ok Laura taking picture with kids, who one has no shoes. ANN COMPTON RE FEED OF TRACK 06:54:51 re feed of track 06:56:27 track re feed 06:56:34 close 06:56:36 mrs. Bush did pay a courtesy call on president hamid karzai, and laura bush joined many of them at bagram air base, but the results in afghanistan make americans proud. 06:57:25 laura bush says de 06:57:32 laura bush says democracy means more than simply holding elections 06:57:44 but also a significant 06:57:54 06:57:58 in a trip 06:58:05 in trip that she kept secret, here in afghanistan, afghan women are being trained as village school teachers, shy at first but brightening when mrs. Bush appears.
Entertainment: Inspirational Times Exhibition - Exhibition of Rock Art launches
TAPE: EF03/0019 IN_TIME: 07:06:35 / 14:35:46 DURATION: 5:02 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: 6th January 2002 SHOTLIST 1. Vs posters from exhibition 2. SOT Peter Golding - ""I hope that in a way that it will raise the level of rock and roll art, memorabilia is quite popular, Elvis's guitar or Elvis's jacket but to me art has a little more depth. A lot of these are posters but mostly they are the art behind the posters. They might be the actual printing plate that printed the poster and the poster will be uncut which means when you see some of these posters there are two of them but that is just because when they were printed at the printer he would print two at a time and maybe the tickets down the side. So these are probably the only single pieces in that format left. All the rest have been chopped in to posters and are all over the place." 3. VS posters 4. Sot Peter Golding - "The difference between graphics and pure art is I suppose that graphics is done for a purpose and to convey something where as pure art is a thing in itself. So you don't have to wonder around wondering what the artist meant or what he thought or what he didn't think or reading hidden meanings. In fact it was driven by the band, Bill Graham in America was a big promoter and every week he would make colourful posters and get artists to create posters for his gigs. Over here you had Michael English and Nigel Weymouth who were two fantastic poster artists that created all this HapsHash and the Coloured Coat, they were inspired by Aulbery Beardsley. In the 60's there was a big exhibition of Beardsley and art nouveau at the V and A, so they would make it very colourful." 5. Noel Gallagher & Gem Archer at exhibition 6. Sot Question - "How would you compare it to the your art work and that of modern day bands?" Sot Gem Archer - "It's not on the computer for a start, they go over the lines." Sot Noel Gallagher - "That's the main difference, it's real. It's like the big Rolling Thunder around the corner, people do that on computers these days it takes five minutes, somebody has actually sat there and done that." 7. Cutaway poster 8. Sot Noel Gallagher - "The only input is that we pick the photographs that we use, you can't be a photographer if you are in the band because you wouldn't be in the photograph would you. He's an artists." Sot Gem Archer - "I'll tell you what I like is that they used to do a different one for each gig, all the Bill Graham stuff, they don't do that nowadays." Sot Noel Gallagher - "We've got a lot of this stuff in our studio, I bought a lot of it about three or four years ago for the studio but I just like the colours." Sot Question - "Is it personal preference or is it because it's a good market." Sot Noel Gallagher - "A bit of both really, not that I'll be short of a few quid so I wont have to sell it. We were just saying how a lot of it is like a lot of the hip hop stuff of today with the graffiti artist and stuff like that. It depends on the sort of records that you are putting out whether you would commission something like that. If somebody was going to do it today they would do it on computer and it wouldn't look the same. If they were going to do it by hand then they would want 500 grand for it, I would, he would." 9. B-Roll Leo Sawyer 10. Tilt up poster ---- 1. Vs posters 2. Sot Peter Golding The difference between graphics and pure art is I suppose that graphics is done for a purpose and to convey something where as pure art is a thing in itself. So you don't have to wonder around wondering what the artist meant or what he thought or what he didn't think or reading hidden meanings. In fact it was driven by the band, Bill Graham in America was a big promoter and every week he would make colourful posters and get artists to create posters for his gigs. Over here you had Michael English and Nigel Weymouth who were two fantastic poster artists that created all this HapsHash and the Coloured Coat, they were inspired by Aulbery Beardsley. In the 60's there was a big exhibition of Beardsley and art nouveau at the V and A, so they would make it very colourful. 3. Vs Posters 4. Sot Peter Golding (English) (drug influences on art):- 5. Vs Beatles posters 6. Sot Peter Golding 11:23 - breaking boundaries of printing... 7. VS Michael English posters 8. Sot Michael English #2 1:47 - three screen printing 9. Posters 10. Gv party 11. B-Roll Leo Sayer & Peter Golding 12. Sot Leo Sayer (a former graphic designer himself): 13. Pink Floyd posters 18:36 14. Sot John Hopkins & Joe Boyd, promoters of the UFO club 1966-67. 15. B-Roll Noel Gallagher looks around with Gem 16. Sot Gallagher - 25:31 17. Poster 18. 21:20 - Sot Peter Golding - human spirit 19. Poster Ends ROCK ART EXHIBITION LAUNCHES Sotheby's auction house is to host an exhibition of the art of Rock Art from Beat to Punk via Psychedelia including the original artwork of the infamous poster of the 'Flying Eyeball' by the late Rick Griffin, which stands at over six feet high. The exhibition traces the history of one of the 20th century's most influential periods of the Rock Art poster and graphic design and is based on the collection of fashion impresario Peter Golding, who is credited with creating the first stretch Jean in 1978 and who's collection is one of the largest of it's type in existence. As well as a diverse kaleidoscope of original artwork, the exhibition includes rare photos, early Rolling Stones posters, original artwork from The Doors concerts, original artists proofs for 'The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics' by British artist Alan Aldridge and 1960s concert posters for The Who and Cream. Other key artists represented in the collection include Rick Griffin, Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, Gary Grimshaw, Hapshash, British surrealist designers Michael English and Nigel Weymouth, Alton Kelly, David Singer, Randy Tuten and Dennis Larkin. The exhibition will be held at Sotheby's, Olympia from the 5th-19th January.
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WHITE HOUSE: PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON NEW DELHI, INDIA PARLIAMENT SPEECH
WHITE HOUSE: PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON NEW DELHI, INDIA PARLIAMENT SPEECH 11:53:18 COURTYARD WALK HEAD ON 13:08:14 WALK IN 13:20:05 CLINTON TO PODIUM - ZOOM IN 13:56:32 PODIUM HANDSHAKES 13:56:58 CLINTON WAVES, SITS 13:57:38 PRIME MINISTER SPEAKS 14:14:21 CLINTON UP AISLE 14:14:52 SCARF 14:19:59 OTS CLINTON HANDS TOWARDS DOOR THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY (Now Delhi, India) March 22, 2000 For Immediate Release REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE INDIAN JOINT SESSION OF PARLIAMENT Parliament New Delhi, India 11:10 A.M. (L) 13:18:24 THE PRESIDENT; Mr, vice President, Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Speaker; members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, I am privileged to speak to you And, through you, to the people of India. I am honored to be joined today by members of my Cabinet and staff at the White House, and a very large representation of members of our United States Congress from both political parties 13:18:58 We're all honored to be here and we thank you for your warm welcome (Applause) 13:19:09 I would also like to thank the people of India for their kindness to my daughter and my mother-in-law and, on their previous trip to my wife and my daughter (Applause) 13:19:26 I have looked forward to this day with great anticipation. This whole trip has meant a great deal to me, especially to this point, the opportunity I had to visit the Gandhi memorial, to express on behalf of all the people of the United States our gratitude for the life, the work, the thought of Gandhi, without which the great civil rights revolution in the United States would never had succeeded on a peaceful plane (Applause) 13:20:26 As Prime Minister Vajpayee has said, India and America are natural allies, two nations conceived in liberty, each finding strength in its diversity, each seeing in the other a reflection of its own aspiration for a more humane and just world. 13:20:31 A poet once said the world's inhabitants can be divided into " those that have seen the Taj Mahal and those that have not." (Laughter) Well, in a few hours I will have a chance to cross over to the happier side of that divide. But I hope, in a larger sense, that my visit will help the American people to see the new India and to understand you better. And I hope that the visit will help India to understand America better 13:21:09 And that by listening to each other we can build a true partnership of mutual respect and common endeavor 13:21:18 From a distance, India often appears as a kaleidoscope of competing, perhaps superficial, image is it atomic weapons, or ahimsa? A land struggling against poverty and inequality, or the world's largest middle-class society? 13:21:29 Is it still simmering with communal tensions, or history's most successful melting pot? Is it Bollywood or Satyajit Ray? Swetta Chetty or Alla Rakha? Is it the handloom or the hyperlink? 13:22:00 The truth is, no single image can possibly do justice to your great nation. But beyond the complexities and the apparent contradictions, I believe India teaches us some very basic lessons 13:22:17 The first is about democracy. There are still those who deny democracy is a universal aspiration who say it works only for people of a certain culture, or a certain degree of economic development. India has been proving them wrong for 52 years now. 13:32:40 Here is a country where more than 2 million people hold elected office in local government a country that shows at every election that those who possess the least cherish their vote the most 13:22:56 Far from washing away the uniqueness of your culture, your democracy has brought out the richness of its tapestry, and given you the knot that holds it together. 13:23:10 A second lesson India teaches is about diversity. You have already heard remarks about that this morning. But around the world there is a chorus of voices who say ethnic and religious diversity is a threat; who argue that the only way to keep different people from killing one another is to keep them as far, apart as possible, But India has shown us a better way 13:23:40 For a the troubles you have seen, surely the subcontinent has seen more innocence hurt in the efforts to divide people by ethnicity and faith than by the e-efforts to bring them together in peace and harmony 13:23:58 Under trying circumstances, you have shown the world how to live with difference, You have shown that tolerance and mutual respect are in many ways the keys to our common survival. That is something the whole world needs to learn 13:24:18 A third lesson India teaches is about globalization and what may be the central debate of our time. Many people believe the forces of globalization are inherently divisive; that they can only widen the gap between rich and poor. That is a valid fear, but I believe wrong 13:24:46 As the distance between producers large and small, and customers near and far become less relevant, developing countries will have opportunities not only to succeed, but to lead in lifting more people out of poverty more quickly than at any time in human history 13:25:09 In the old economy, location was everything. In the new economy, information, education and motivation are everything -- and India is proving it 13:25:26 You liberated your markets and now you have one of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world. At the rate of growth within your grasp, India's standard of living could rise by 500 percent in just 20 years 13:25:41 You embraced information technology and now, when Americans and other big software companies call for consumer and customer support, they're lust as likely to find themselves talking to an expert in Bangalore as one in Seattle (Applause) 13:26:04 You decentralized authority, giving more individuals and Communities the freedom to succeed. In that way, you affirmed what every successful country is finding in its own way: globalization does not favor nations with a licensing raj, it does favor nations with a panchayat raj. And the world has been beating a path to your door. 13:26:29 In the new millennium, every great country must answer one overarching question, how shall we define our greatness? Every country -- America included -- is tempted to cling to yesterday's definition of economic and military might. 13:26:59 But true leadership for the United States and India derives more from the power of our example and the potential of our people. 13:27:09 I believe that the greatest of India's many gifts to the world is the example its people have set "from Midnight to Millennium." Think of it: virtually every challenge humanity knows can be found here in India. And every solution to every challenge can be found here as well: confidence in democracy; tolerance for diversity; a willingness to embrace social change. 13:27:37 That is why Americans admire India; why we welcome India's Leadership in the region and the world; and Why we want to take our partnership to a new level, to advance our common values and interests, and to resolve the differences that still remain. 13:27:56 There were long periods when that would not have been possible. Though our democratic ideals gave us a starting point in common, and our dreams of peace and prosperity gave us a common destination, there was for too long too little common ground between East and West, North and South. 13:28:22 Now, thankfully, the old barriers between nations and people, economies and cultures, are being replaced by vast networks of cooperation and commerce. With our open, entrepreneurial societies, India and America are at the center of those networks. We must expand them, and defeat the forces that threaten them. 13:28:49 To succeed, I believe there are four large challenges India and the United States must meet together -- challenges that should define our partnership in the years ahead. 13:29:04 The first of these challenges is to get our, own economic relationship right. Americans have applauded your efforts to open your economy, your commitment to a new wave of economic reform, your determination to bring the fruits of growth to all your people. 13:29:23 We are proud to support India's growth as your largest partner in trade and investment. And we want to see more Indian and more Americans benefit from our economic ties, especially in the cutting edge fields of information technology, biotechnology and clean energy. 13:29:41 The private sector will drive this progress, but our job as governments is to create the conditions that will allow them to succeed in doing so, and to reduce the remaining impediments to trade and investment between us. 13:29:57 Our second challenge is to sustain global economic growth in a way that lifts the lives of rich and poor alike, both across and within national borders. Part of the world today lives at the cutting edge of change, while a big part still exists at the bare ,edge of survival, Part of the world lives in the information age. 13:30:29 Part of the world does riot even reach the clean water age. And often the two live side by side. It is unacceptable, it is intolerable; thankfully, it is unnecessary and it is far more than a regional crisis. whether around the corner or around the world, abject poverty in this new economy is an Affront to our common humanity and a threat to our common prosperity. 13:31:00 The problem is truly immense, as you know far better than I. But perhaps for the first time in all history, few would dispute that we know the solutions. We know we need to invest in education and literacy, children can have soaring dreams and the tools to realize We know we need to make a special commitment in developing nations to the education of young girls, as well as young boys. Everything we have learned about development tells us that when women have access to knowledge, to health, to economic opportunity and to civil rights, children thrive, families succeed and countries prosper. 13:31:42 Here again, we see how a problem and its answers can be found side by side in India, For every economist who - preaches the virtues of women's empowerment points at first to the achievements of India's state of Kerala -- I knew there would be somebody here from Kerala (laughter and applause.) Thank you. 13:32:12 To promote development, we know we must conquer the diseases that kill people and progress. Last December, India immunized 140 million children against polio, the biggest public health effort in human history. I congratulate you on that. (Applause.) 13:32:41 I have launched an initiative in the United States to speed the development of vaccines for malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS -- the biggest infectious killers of our time. This July, when our partners in the G-9 meet in Japan, I will urge them to join us. 13:33:04 But that is not enough, for at best, effective vaccines are years away. Especially for AIDS, we need a commitment today to prevention, and that means straight talk and an and to stigmatizing. 13:33:20 As Prime Minister Vajpayee said, no one should ever speak of AIDS as someone else's problem. This has long been a big problem for the United States, it is now a big problem for you. I promise you America's partnership in the continued struggle. (Applause.) 13:33:45 To promote development, we know we must also stand with those struggling for human rights and freedom around the world and in the region. For as the economist Amartya Sen has said, no system of government has done a better job in easing human want, in averting human catastrophes, than democracy. 13:34:07 I am proud America and India will stand together on the right side of history when we launch the Community of Democracies in Warsaw this summer. 13:34:17 All of these steps are essential to lifting people's lives. But there is yet another. With greater trade and the growth it brings, we can multiply the gains of education, better health and democratic empowerment. That is why i hope we will work together to launch a new global trade round that will promote economic development for all. NOT ON TAPE One of the benefits of the World Trade Organization is that it has given developing countries a bigger voice in global trade policy. 13:35:20 Developing countries have used that voice to urge richer nations to open their markets further so that all can have a chance to grow. That is something the opponents of the WTO don't fully appreciate yet. 13:35:34 We need to remind them that when Indians and Brazilians and Indonesians speak up for open trade, they are not speaking for some narrow corporate interest, but for a huge part of humanity that has no interest in being saved from development. Of course, trade should not be a race to the bottom in environmental and labor standards, but neither should fears about trade keep part of our global community forever at the bottom. 13:36:05 Yet we must also remember that those who are concerned about the impact of globalization in terms of inequality, in environmental degradation do speak for a large part of humanity. 13:36:16 Those who believe that trade should contribute not just to the wealth, but also to the fairness of societies; those who share Nehru's dream of a structure for living that fulfills our material needs, and at the same time sustains our mind and spirit. 13:36:35 We can advance these values without engaging in rich-country protectionism. Indeed, to sustain a consensus for open trade, we must find a way to advance these values as well . That is my motivation, and my only motivation, in seeking a dialogue about the connections between labor, the environment, and trade and development. 13:37:01 I would remind you -- and I want to emphasize this -- the United States has the most open markets of any wealthy country in the world, we have the largest trade deficit. We also have had a strong economy, because we have welcomed the -products and the services from the labor of people throughout the world. I am for an open global trading system. But we must do it in a way that advances the cause of social justice around the world. (Applause.) 13:37:39 The third challenge we face is to see that the prosperity and growth of the information age require us to abandon some of the outdated truths of the Industrial Age. As the economy grows faster today, for example, when children are kept in school, not put to work. Think about the industries that are driving our growth today in India and in America. Just as oil enriched the nations who had it in the 20th century, clearly knowledge is doing the same for the nations who have it in the 21st century. The difference is, knowledge can be tapped by all people everywhere, and it will never run out. 13:38:26 We must also find ways to achieve robust growth while protecting the environment and reversing climate change. I'm convinced we can do that as well. 13:38:38 We will see in the next few years, for example, automobiles that are three, four, perhaps five times as efficient as those being driven today. Soon scientists will make alternative sources of energy more widely available and more fordable. Trust for example, before long chemists almost certainly will unlock the block that will allow us to produce eight or nine gallons of fuel from bio-fuels, farm fuels, using only one gallon of gasoline. 13:39:11 Indian scientists are at the forefront of this kind of research -- pioneering the use of solar energy to power rural communities developing electric cars for use in crowded cities; converting agricultural waste Into electricity. 13:39:29 If we can deepen our cooperation for clean energy, we will, strengthen our economies, improve our people's health and fight global warming. This should be a vital element of our new partnership. 13:39:44 A fourth challenge we face is to protect the gains of and development from the forces which threaten to undermine them. There is the danger of organized crime and drugs. There is the evil of trafficking in human beings, a modern form of slavery. And of course, there is the threat of terrorism. Both our nations know it all too well. 13:40:12 Americans understood the pain and agony you went through during the Indian Airlines hijacking. And I saw that pain firsthand when :[ met with the parents and the widow of the young man who was killed on that airplane. (Applause.) We grieve with you for the Sikhs who were killed in Kashmir -- (applause) -- and our heart goes out to their families. We will work with you to build a system of justice, to strengthen our cooperation against terror. (Applause.) 13:40:59 We must never relax our vigilance or allow the perpetrators to intimidate us into retreating from our democratic ideals. 13:41:09 Another danger we face is the spread of' weapons of mass destruction to those who might have no reservations about using them. I still believe this is the greatest potential threat to the security we all face in the 21st century. It is why we must be vigilant in fighting the spread of chemical and biological weapons. 13:41:34 And it is why we must both keep working closely to resolve our remaining differences on nuclear proliferation. 13:41:43 I am aware that I speak to you on behalf of a nation that has possessed nuclear weapons for 55 years and more. But since 1988, the United States has dismantled more than 13,000,nuclear weapons. 13:42:00 We have helped Russia to dismantle their nuclear weapons and to safeguard the material that remains. We have agreed to an outline of a treaty with Russia that will reduce our remaining nuclear arsenal by more than half. 13:42:20 We are producing, no more fissile material, developing no new land-, or submarine-based missiles, engaging in no new nuclear testing. 13:42:30 From South America to South Africa, nations are forswearing these weapons, realizing that a nuclear future is not a more secure future., Most of the world is moving toward the elimination of nuclear weapons. That goal is not advanced if an country, in any region, it moves in the other direction. 13:42:30 I say this with great respect. 13:42:57 Only India can determine its own interests. Only India -- (applause) -- only India can know if it truly is safer today than before the tests. Only India can determine if it will benefit from expanding its nuclear and missile capabilities, if its neighbors respond by doing the same thing. Only India knows if it can afford a sustained investment in both conventional and nuclear forces while meeting its goals for human development. These are questions others may ask, but only you can answer. 13:43:41 I can only speak to you as a friend about America's own experience during the Cold War. We were geographically distant from the Soviet Union. We were not engaged in direct armed combat. Through years of direct dialogue with our adversary, we each had a very good idea of the other's capabilities, doctrines, and intentions. We each spent billions of dollars on elaborate command and control systems, for nuclear weapons are not cheap. 13:44:16 And yet, in spite of all of this -- and as I sometimes say jokingly, in spite of the fact that both sides had very good spies, and that was a good thing -- (laughter) -- in spite of all of this, we came far too close to nuclear war. We learned that deterrence alone cannot be relied on to prevent accident or miscalculation. And in a nuclear standoff, there,is nothing more dangerous than believing there is no danger. 13:44:51 I can also repeat what I said at the outset. India is a leader, a great nation, which by virtue of its size, its achievements, and, its example, has the ability to shape the character of our time. For any of us, to claim that mantle and assert that status is to accept first and foremost, that our actions have consequences for others beyond our borders. Great nations with broad horizons must consider whether actions advance or hinder what Nehru called the larger cause of humanity. 13:45:31 So India's nuclear policies, inevitably, have consequences beyond your borders: eroding the barriers against the spread of nuclear weapons, discouraging nations that have chosen to foreswear these weapons, encouraging others to keep their options open. 13:45:49 But if India's nuclear test shook the world, India's leadership for nonproliferation can certainly move the world. 13:46:00 India and the United States have reaffirmed our commitment to forego nuclear testing. And for that I thank the Prime minister, the government and the people of India. But in our own self interest -- and I say this again -- in our own self-interest we can do more. 13:46:19 I believe both nations should join the Comprehensive an Treaty; work to launch negotiations on a treaty production of fissile materials for nuclear weapons; strengthen export controls. 13:46:33 And India can pursue defense policies in keeping with its commitment not to seek a nuclear or missile arms race, which the Prime Minister has forcefully reaffirmed just in these last couple of days. 13:46:49 Again, I do not presume to speak for you or to tell you what to decide. It is not my place. You are a great nation and you must decide. But I ask you to continue our dislodge on these issues. And let, us turn our dialogue into a genuine partnership against proliferation. If we make progress in narrowing our differences, we will be both more secure, and our relationship can reach its full potential. 13:47:21 I hope progress can also be made in overcoming a source of tension in this region, including the tensions between India and Pakistan. I share many of your government's concerns about the course Pakistan is taking; your disappointment that past overtures have not always, met with success; your outrage over recent violence. 13:47:44 I know it is difficult to be a democracy bordered by nations whose governments reject democracy. 13:47:52 But I also believe 13:47:55 I also believe India has a special opportunity, as a democracy, to show its neighbors that democracy is about dialogue, it does not have to be about friendship, but it is about building working relationships among people who differ. 13:48:16 One of the wisest things anyone ever said to me is that you don't make peace with your friends. That is what the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, told me before he signed the Oslo Accords with the Palestinians, with whom he had been fighting for decades. 13:48:41 It is well to remember -- I remind myself of it all the even when I have arguments with members of the other party in my Congress -- (laughter) -- you don't make peace with your friends. 13:48:56 Engagement with adversaries is not the same thing as endorsement. It does not require setting, aside legitimate grievances. Indeed, I strongly believe that what has happened since your Prime Minister made his courageous journey to Lahore only reinforces the need for dialogue. (applause) 13:49:24 I can think of no enduring solution to this problem that can be achieved in any other way. In the end, for the sake of the innocents who always suffer the most, someone must and the contest of inflicting and absorbing pain. NOT ON TAPE Let me also make clear, as I have repeatedly, I have certainly not come to South Asia to mediate the dispute over Kashmir. Only India and Pakistan can work out the problems between them. 13:49:50 And I will say the same thing to General Musharraf in Islambad. 13:49:55 But if outsiders cannot resolve this problem, I hope you will create the opportunity to do it yourselves, calling in the Support of others who can help where possible, as American diplomacy did in urging the Pakistanis to go back behind the line of control in the Kargil crisis. (Applause.) 13:50:23 In the meantime, I will continue to stress that this should be a time for restraint, for respect for the-line of control, for renewed lines of communication. 13:50:35 Addressing this challenge and all the others I mentioned will require us to be closer partners and better friends, and to remember that good friends, out of respect, are honest with one another. And even when they do not agree, they always try to find common ground. 13:50:57 I have read that one of the unique qualities of Indian classical music is its elasticity. the composer lays down a foundation, a structure of melodic and rhythmic arrangements, but the player has to improvise within that structure to bring the raga* to life. 13:51:17 Our relationship is like that. The composers of our past have given us a foundation of shared democratic ideals. It is up to us to give life to those ideals In this time. The not have to be the same to be beautiful to both of us. 13:51:41 But if we listen to each other, and we strive to realize our vision together, we will write a symphony far greater than the sum of our individual notes. 13:51:52 The key is to genuinely and respectfully listen to each other. If we do, Americans will better understand the scope of India's achievements, and the dangers India still faces in this troubled part of the world. 13:52:09 We will understand that India will not choose a particular course simply because others wish it to do so. It will choose only what it believes its interests clearly demand and what its people democratically embrace. 13:52:24 If we listen to each other, I also believe Indians will understand better that America very. much wants you to succeed. Time and again -- (applause) -- time and again in my time as President, America has found that it is the weakness of great nations, not their strength, that threatens our vision for tomorrow. 13:52:51 So we want India to be strong; to be secure; to be united; to be a force for a safer, more prosperous, more democratic world. Whatever we ask of you, we ask in that spirit alone - After too long a period of estrangement, India, and the United States have learned chat being natural allies is a wonderful thing, but it is not enough. 13:53:23 Our task is to turn a common vision into common achievements so that partners in spirit can be partners in fact. We have already come a long way to this day of now beginnings, but we still have promises to keep, challenges to meet and hopes to redeem. 13:53:51 So let us seize this moment with humility in the fragile and fleeting nature of this life, but,absolute confidence 4n the power of the human spirit. Let us seize it for India, for America, for all those with whom we share this small planet, and for all the children that together we can give such bright tomorrows. Thank you very much. (Applause.) END 11:45 A.M. (L)
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WHITE HOUSE: PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON NEW DELHI, INDIA PARLIAMENT SPEECH 11:53:18 COURTYARD WALK HEAD ON 13:08:14 WALK IN 13:20:05 CLINTON TO PODIUM - ZOOM IN 13:56:32 PODIUM HANDSHAKES 13:56:58 CLINTON WAVES, SITS 13:57:38 PRIME MINISTER SPEAKS 14:14:21 CLINTON UP AISLE 14:14:52 SCARF 14:19:59 OTS CLINTON HANDS TOWARDS DOOR THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY (Now Delhi, India) March 22, 2000 For Immediate Release REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE INDIAN JOINT SESSION OF PARLIAMENT Parliament New Delhi, India 11:10 A.M. (L) 13:18:24 THE PRESIDENT; Mr, vice President, Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Speaker; members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, I am privileged to speak to you And, through you, to the people of India. I am honored to be joined today by members of my Cabinet and staff at the White House, and a very large representation of members of our United States Congress from both political parties 13:18:58 We're all honored to be here and we thank you for your warm welcome (Applause) 13:19:09 I would also like to thank the people of India for their kindness to my daughter and my mother-in-law and, on their previous trip to my wife and my daughter (Applause) 13:19:26 I have looked forward to this day with great anticipation. This whole trip has meant a great deal to me, especially to this point, the opportunity I had to visit the Gandhi memorial, to express on behalf of all the people of the United States our gratitude for the life, the work, the thought of Gandhi, without which the great civil rights revolution in the United States would never had succeeded on a peaceful plane (Applause) 13:20:26 As Prime Minister Vajpayee has said, India and America are natural allies, two nations conceived in liberty, each finding strength in its diversity, each seeing in the other a reflection of its own aspiration for a more humane and just world. 13:20:31 A poet once said the world's inhabitants can be divided into " those that have seen the Taj Mahal and those that have not." (Laughter) Well, in a few hours I will have a chance to cross over to the happier side of that divide. But I hope, in a larger sense, that my visit will help the American people to see the new India and to understand you better. And I hope that the visit will help India to understand America better 13:21:09 And that by listening to each other we can build a true partnership of mutual respect and common endeavor 13:21:18 From a distance, India often appears as a kaleidoscope of competing, perhaps superficial, image is it atomic weapons, or ahimsa? A land struggling against poverty and inequality, or the world's largest middle-class society? 13:21:29 Is it still simmering with communal tensions, or history's most successful melting pot? Is it Bollywood or Satyajit Ray? Swetta Chetty or Alla Rakha? Is it the handloom or the hyperlink? 13:22:00 The truth is, no single image can possibly do justice to your great nation. But beyond the complexities and the apparent contradictions, I believe India teaches us some very basic lessons 13:22:17 The first is about democracy. There are still those who deny democracy is a universal aspiration who say it works only for people of a certain culture, or a certain degree of economic development. India has been proving them wrong for 52 years now. 13:32:40 Here is a country where more than 2 million people hold elected office in local government a country that shows at every election that those who possess the least cherish their vote the most 13:22:56 Far from washing away the uniqueness of your culture, your democracy has brought out the richness of its tapestry, and given you the knot that holds it together. 13:23:10 A second lesson India teaches is about diversity. You have already heard remarks about that this morning. But around the world there is a chorus of voices who say ethnic and religious diversity is a threat; who argue that the only way to keep different people from killing one another is to keep them as far, apart as possible, But India has shown us a better way 13:23:40 For a the troubles you have seen, surely the subcontinent has seen more innocence hurt in the efforts to divide people by ethnicity and faith than by the e-efforts to bring them together in peace and harmony 13:23:58 Under trying circumstances, you have shown the world how to live with difference, You have shown that tolerance and mutual respect are in many ways the keys to our common survival. That is something the whole world needs to learn 13:24:18 A third lesson India teaches is about globalization and what may be the central debate of our time. Many people believe the forces of globalization are inherently divisive; that they can only widen the gap between rich and poor. That is a valid fear, but I believe wrong 13:24:46 As the distance between producers large and small, and customers near and far become less relevant, developing countries will have opportunities not only to succeed, but to lead in lifting more people out of poverty more quickly than at any time in human history 13:25:09 In the old economy, location was everything. In the new economy, information, education and motivation are everything -- and India is proving it 13:25:26 You liberated your markets and now you have one of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world. At the rate of growth within your grasp, India's standard of living could rise by 500 percent in just 20 years 13:25:41 You embraced information technology and now, when Americans and other big software companies call for consumer and customer support, they're lust as likely to find themselves talking to an expert in Bangalore as one in Seattle (Applause) 13:26:04 You decentralized authority, giving more individuals and Communities the freedom to succeed. In that way, you affirmed what every successful country is finding in its own way: globalization does not favor nations with a licensing raj, it does favor nations with a panchayat raj. And the world has been beating a path to your door. 13:26:29 In the new millennium, every great country must answer one overarching question, how shall we define our greatness? Every country -- America included -- is tempted to cling to yesterday's definition of economic and military might. 13:26:59 But true leadership for the United States and India derives more from the power of our example and the potential of our people. 13:27:09 I believe that the greatest of India's many gifts to the world is the example its people have set "from Midnight to Millennium." Think of it: virtually every challenge humanity knows can be found here in India. And every solution to every challenge can be found here as well: confidence in democracy; tolerance for diversity; a willingness to embrace social change. 13:27:37 That is why Americans admire India; why we welcome India's Leadership in the region and the world; and Why we want to take our partnership to a new level, to advance our common values and interests, and to resolve the differences that still remain. 13:27:56 There were long periods when that would not have been possible. Though our democratic ideals gave us a starting point in common, and our dreams of peace and prosperity gave us a common destination, there was for too long too little common ground between East and West, North and South. 13:28:22 Now, thankfully, the old barriers between nations and people, economies and cultures, are being replaced by vast networks of cooperation and commerce. With our open, entrepreneurial societies, India and America are at the center of those networks. We must expand them, and defeat the forces that threaten them. 13:28:49 To succeed, I believe there are four large challenges India and the United States must meet together -- challenges that should define our partnership in the years ahead. 13:29:04 The first of these challenges is to get our, own economic relationship right. Americans have applauded your efforts to open your economy, your commitment to a new wave of economic reform, your determination to bring the fruits of growth to all your people. 13:29:23 We are proud to support India's growth as your largest partner in trade and investment. And we want to see more Indian and more Americans benefit from our economic ties, especially in the cutting edge fields of information technology, biotechnology and clean energy. 13:29:41 The private sector will drive this progress, but our job as governments is to create the conditions that will allow them to succeed in doing so, and to reduce the remaining impediments to trade and investment between us. 13:29:57 Our second challenge is to sustain global economic growth in a way that lifts the lives of rich and poor alike, both across and within national borders. Part of the world today lives at the cutting edge of change, while a big part still exists at the bare ,edge of survival, Part of the world lives in the information age. 13:30:29 Part of the world does riot even reach the clean water age. And often the two live side by side. It is unacceptable, it is intolerable; thankfully, it is unnecessary and it is far more than a regional crisis. whether around the corner or around the world, abject poverty in this new economy is an Affront to our common humanity and a threat to our common prosperity. 13:31:00 The problem is truly immense, as you know far better than I. But perhaps for the first time in all history, few would dispute that we know the solutions. We know we need to invest in education and literacy, children can have soaring dreams and the tools to realize We know we need to make a special commitment in developing nations to the education of young girls, as well as young boys. Everything we have learned about development tells us that when women have access to knowledge, to health, to economic opportunity and to civil rights, children thrive, families succeed and countries prosper. 13:31:42 Here again, we see how a problem and its answers can be found side by side in India, For every economist who - preaches the virtues of women's empowerment points at first to the achievements of India's state of Kerala -- I knew there would be somebody here from Kerala (laughter and applause.) Thank you. 13:32:12 To promote development, we know we must conquer the diseases that kill people and progress. Last December, India immunized 140 million children against polio, the biggest public health effort in human history. I congratulate you on that. (Applause.) 13:32:41 I have launched an initiative in the United States to speed the development of vaccines for malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS -- the biggest infectious killers of our time. This July, when our partners in the G-9 meet in Japan, I will urge them to join us. 13:33:04 But that is not enough, for at best, effective vaccines are years away. Especially for AIDS, we need a commitment today to prevention, and that means straight talk and an and to stigmatizing. 13:33:20 As Prime Minister Vajpayee said, no one should ever speak of AIDS as someone else's problem. This has long been a big problem for the United States, it is now a big problem for you. I promise you America's partnership in the continued struggle. (Applause.) 13:33:45 To promote development, we know we must also stand with those struggling for human rights and freedom around the world and in the region. For as the economist Amartya Sen has said, no system of government has done a better job in easing human want, in averting human catastrophes, than democracy. 13:34:07 I am proud America and India will stand together on the right side of history when we launch the Community of Democracies in Warsaw this summer. 13:34:17 All of these steps are essential to lifting people's lives. But there is yet another. With greater trade and the growth it brings, we can multiply the gains of education, better health and democratic empowerment. That is why i hope we will work together to launch a new global trade round that will promote economic development for all. NOT ON TAPE One of the benefits of the World Trade Organization is that it has given developing countries a bigger voice in global trade policy. 13:35:20 Developing countries have used that voice to urge richer nations to open their markets further so that all can have a chance to grow. That is something the opponents of the WTO don't fully appreciate yet. 13:35:34 We need to remind them that when Indians and Brazilians and Indonesians speak up for open trade, they are not speaking for some narrow corporate interest, but for a huge part of humanity that has no interest in being saved from development. Of course, trade should not be a race to the bottom in environmental and labor standards, but neither should fears about trade keep part of our global community forever at the bottom. 13:36:05 Yet we must also remember that those who are concerned about the impact of globalization in terms of inequality, in environmental degradation do speak for a large part of humanity. 13:36:16 Those who believe that trade should contribute not just to the wealth, but also to the fairness of societies; those who share Nehru's dream of a structure for living that fulfills our material needs, and at the same time sustains our mind and spirit. 13:36:35 We can advance these values without engaging in rich-country protectionism. Indeed, to sustain a consensus for open trade, we must find a way to advance these values as well . That is my motivation, and my only motivation, in seeking a dialogue about the connections between labor, the environment, and trade and development. 13:37:01 I would remind you -- and I want to emphasize this -- the United States has the most open markets of any wealthy country in the world, we have the largest trade deficit. We also have had a strong economy, because we have welcomed the -products and the services from the labor of people throughout the world. I am for an open global trading system. But we must do it in a way that advances the cause of social justice around the world. (Applause.) 13:37:39 The third challenge we face is to see that the prosperity and growth of the information age require us to abandon some of the outdated truths of the Industrial Age. As the economy grows faster today, for example, when children are kept in school, not put to work. Think about the industries that are driving our growth today in India and in America. Just as oil enriched the nations who had it in the 20th century, clearly knowledge is doing the same for the nations who have it in the 21st century. The difference is, knowledge can be tapped by all people everywhere, and it will never run out. 13:38:26 We must also find ways to achieve robust growth while protecting the environment and reversing climate change. I'm convinced we can do that as well. 13:38:38 We will see in the next few years, for example, automobiles that are three, four, perhaps five times as efficient as those being driven today. Soon scientists will make alternative sources of energy more widely available and more fordable. Trust for example, before long chemists almost certainly will unlock the block that will allow us to produce eight or nine gallons of fuel from bio-fuels, farm fuels, using only one gallon of gasoline. 13:39:11 Indian scientists are at the forefront of this kind of research -- pioneering the use of solar energy to power rural communities developing electric cars for use in crowded cities; converting agricultural waste Into electricity. 13:39:29 If we can deepen our cooperation for clean energy, we will, strengthen our economies, improve our people's health and fight global warming. This should be a vital element of our new partnership. 13:39:44 A fourth challenge we face is to protect the gains of and development from the forces which threaten to undermine them. There is the danger of organized crime and drugs. There is the evil of trafficking in human beings, a modern form of slavery. And of course, there is the threat of terrorism. Both our nations know it all too well. 13:40:12 Americans understood the pain and agony you went through during the Indian Airlines hijacking. And I saw that pain firsthand when :[ met with the parents and the widow of the young man who was killed on that airplane. (Applause.) We grieve with you for the Sikhs who were killed in Kashmir -- (applause) -- and our heart goes out to their families. We will work with you to build a system of justice, to strengthen our cooperation against terror. (Applause.) 13:40:59 We must never relax our vigilance or allow the perpetrators to intimidate us into retreating from our democratic ideals. 13:41:09 Another danger we face is the spread of' weapons of mass destruction to those who might have no reservations about using them. I still believe this is the greatest potential threat to the security we all face in the 21st century. It is why we must be vigilant in fighting the spread of chemical and biological weapons. 13:41:34 And it is why we must both keep working closely to resolve our remaining differences on nuclear proliferation. 13:41:43 I am aware that I speak to you on behalf of a nation that has possessed nuclear weapons for 55 years and more. But since 1988, the United States has dismantled more than 13,000,nuclear weapons. 13:42:00 We have helped Russia to dismantle their nuclear weapons and to safeguard the material that remains. We have agreed to an outline of a treaty with Russia that will reduce our remaining nuclear arsenal by more than half. 13:42:20 We are producing, no more fissile material, developing no new land-, or submarine-based missiles, engaging in no new nuclear testing. 13:42:30 From South America to South Africa, nations are forswearing these weapons, realizing that a nuclear future is not a more secure future., Most of the world is moving toward the elimination of nuclear weapons. That goal is not advanced if an country, in any region, it moves in the other direction. 13:42:30 I say this with great respect. 13:42:57 Only India can determine its own interests. Only India -- (applause) -- only India can know if it truly is safer today than before the tests. Only India can determine if it will benefit from expanding its nuclear and missile capabilities, if its neighbors respond by doing the same thing. Only India knows if it can afford a sustained investment in both conventional and nuclear forces while meeting its goals for human development. These are questions others may ask, but only you can answer. 13:43:41 I can only speak to you as a friend about America's own experience during the Cold War. We were geographically distant from the Soviet Union. We were not engaged in direct armed combat. Through years of direct dialogue with our adversary, we each had a very good idea of the other's capabilities, doctrines, and intentions. We each spent billions of dollars on elaborate command and control systems, for nuclear weapons are not cheap. 13:44:16 And yet, in spite of all of this -- and as I sometimes say jokingly, in spite of the fact that both sides had very good spies, and that was a good thing -- (laughter) -- in spite of all of this, we came far too close to nuclear war. We learned that deterrence alone cannot be relied on to prevent accident or miscalculation. And in a nuclear standoff, there,is nothing more dangerous than believing there is no danger. 13:44:51 I can also repeat what I said at the outset. India is a leader, a great nation, which by virtue of its size, its achievements, and, its example, has the ability to shape the character of our time. For any of us, to claim that mantle and assert that status is to accept first and foremost, that our actions have consequences for others beyond our borders. Great nations with broad horizons must consider whether actions advance or hinder what Nehru called the larger cause of humanity. 13:45:31 So India's nuclear policies, inevitably, have consequences beyond your borders: eroding the barriers against the spread of nuclear weapons, discouraging nations that have chosen to foreswear these weapons, encouraging others to keep their options open. 13:45:49 But if India's nuclear test shook the world, India's leadership for nonproliferation can certainly move the world. 13:46:00 India and the United States have reaffirmed our commitment to forego nuclear testing. And for that I thank the Prime minister, the government and the people of India. But in our own self interest -- and I say this again -- in our own self-interest we can do more. 13:46:19 I believe both nations should join the Comprehensive an Treaty; work to launch negotiations on a treaty production of fissile materials for nuclear weapons; strengthen export controls. 13:46:33 And India can pursue defense policies in keeping with its commitment not to seek a nuclear or missile arms race, which the Prime Minister has forcefully reaffirmed just in these last couple of days. 13:46:49 Again, I do not presume to speak for you or to tell you what to decide. It is not my place. You are a great nation and you must decide. But I ask you to continue our dislodge on these issues. And let, us turn our dialogue into a genuine partnership against proliferation. If we make progress in narrowing our differences, we will be both more secure, and our relationship can reach its full potential. 13:47:21 I hope progress can also be made in overcoming a source of tension in this region, including the tensions between India and Pakistan. I share many of your government's concerns about the course Pakistan is taking; your disappointment that past overtures have not always, met with success; your outrage over recent violence. 13:47:44 I know it is difficult to be a democracy bordered by nations whose governments reject democracy. 13:47:52 But I also believe 13:47:55 I also believe India has a special opportunity, as a democracy, to show its neighbors that democracy is about dialogue, it does not have to be about friendship, but it is about building working relationships among people who differ. 13:48:16 One of the wisest things anyone ever said to me is that you don't make peace with your friends. That is what the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, told me before he signed the Oslo Accords with the Palestinians, with whom he had been fighting for decades. 13:48:41 It is well to remember -- I remind myself of it all the even when I have arguments with members of the other party in my Congress -- (laughter) -- you don't make peace with your friends. 13:48:56 Engagement with adversaries is not the same thing as endorsement. It does not require setting, aside legitimate grievances. Indeed, I strongly believe that what has happened since your Prime Minister made his courageous journey to Lahore only reinforces the need for dialogue. (applause) 13:49:24 I can think of no enduring solution to this problem that can be achieved in any other way. In the end, for the sake of the innocents who always suffer the most, someone must and the contest of inflicting and absorbing pain. NOT ON TAPE Let me also make clear, as I have repeatedly, I have certainly not come to South Asia to mediate the dispute over Kashmir. Only India and Pakistan can work out the problems between them. 13:49:50 And I will say the same thing to General Musharraf in Islambad. 13:49:55 But if outsiders cannot resolve this problem, I hope you will create the opportunity to do it yourselves, calling in the Support of others who can help where possible, as American diplomacy did in urging the Pakistanis to go back behind the line of control in the Kargil crisis. (Applause.) 13:50:23 In the meantime, I will continue to stress that this should be a time for restraint, for respect for the-line of control, for renewed lines of communication. 13:50:35 Addressing this challenge and all the others I mentioned will require us to be closer partners and better friends, and to remember that good friends, out of respect, are honest with one another. And even when they do not agree, they always try to find common ground. 13:50:57 I have read that one of the unique qualities of Indian classical music is its elasticity. the composer lays down a foundation, a structure of melodic and rhythmic arrangements, but the player has to improvise within that structure to bring the raga* to life. 13:51:17 Our relationship is like that. The composers of our past have given us a foundation of shared democratic ideals. It is up to us to give life to those ideals In this time. The not have to be the same to be beautiful to both of us. 13:51:41 But if we listen to each other, and we strive to realize our vision together, we will write a symphony far greater than the sum of our individual notes. 13:51:52 The key is to genuinely and respectfully listen to each other. If we do, Americans will better understand the scope of India's achievements, and the dangers India still faces in this troubled part of the world. 13:52:09 We will understand that India will not choose a particular course simply because others wish it to do so. It will choose only what it believes its interests clearly demand and what its people democratically embrace. 13:52:24 If we listen to each other, I also believe Indians will understand better that America very. much wants you to succeed. Time and again -- (applause) -- time and again in my time as President, America has found that it is the weakness of great nations, not their strength, that threatens our vision for tomorrow. 13:52:51 So we want India to be strong; to be secure; to be united; to be a force for a safer, more prosperous, more democratic world. Whatever we ask of you, we ask in that spirit alone - After too long a period of estrangement, India, and the United States have learned chat being natural allies is a wonderful thing, but it is not enough. 13:53:23 Our task is to turn a common vision into common achievements so that partners in spirit can be partners in fact. We have already come a long way to this day of now beginnings, but we still have promises to keep, challenges to meet and hopes to redeem. 13:53:51 So let us seize this moment with humility in the fragile and fleeting nature of this life, but,absolute confidence 4n the power of the human spirit. Let us seize it for India, for America, for all those with whom we share this small planet, and for all the children that together we can give such bright tomorrows. Thank you very much. (Applause.) END 11:45 A.M. (L)