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Mrs. Laura Bush Actively Supported The President's
Global Diplomatic Efforts

Mrs. Bush traveled to more than 75 countries as First Lady. A leading advocate for education, Mrs. Bush championed the power of literacy to improve lives by fostering healthy families and communities, advancing opportunities for young people, and promoting human rights worldwide, particularly for women and children.

Click here to read about Mrs. Bush's travels as First Lady.

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December 10, 2008
Remarks and Question and Answer by the First Lady at the Council on Foreign Relations
November 22, 2008
Mrs. Bush and USAID Mission Director Paul Weisenfield Talk to Press After Tour of Adobe Housing Reconstruction Effort

Discussion with Mrs. Bush and First Lady of Panama Vivian Fernandez Torrijos During Visit to the National Oncology Institute

Mrs. Bush's Remarks and Remarks by Director of San Clemente Health Center Carmen Rocio Mora During Tour of San Clemente Health Clinic
November 21, 2008
Mrs. Bush's Remarks at Announcement of U.S.-Panama Partnership for Breast Cancer Awareness and Research
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Photo Essays
Mrs. Laura Bush is joined by President George W. Bush as she delivers remarks during a ceremony marking Malaria Awareness Day Wednesday, April 25, 2007, in the Rose Garden. Global Diplomacy
Click here to watch a video slideshow of Afghanistan that Mrs. Bush presented in Paris at the International Conference in Support of Afghanistan.
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