Clinton takes time to meet Chinese women civil society leaders

Secretary Clinton met with women civil society leaders in China this morning. It’s wonderful that she’s able to take time out of her busy schedule — packed with talking to leaders about what to do with North Korea — and support women in the strides they’re making around the world. [Update, May 27, 2010: The ...

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Photos, from top: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images, State Department Photo/Public Domain/Flickr, State Department Photo/Public Domain/Flickr
Photos, from top: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images, State Department Photo/Public Domain/Flickr, State Department Photo/Public Domain/Flickr

Secretary Clinton met with women civil society leaders in China this morning. It's wonderful that she's able to take time out of her busy schedule -- packed with talking to leaders about what to do with North Korea -- and support women in the strides they're making around the world.

[Update, May 27, 2010: The transcript from the meeting is here.]

Secretary Clinton met with women civil society leaders in China this morning. It’s wonderful that she’s able to take time out of her busy schedule — packed with talking to leaders about what to do with North Korea — and support women in the strides they’re making around the world.

[Update, May 27, 2010: The transcript from the meeting is here.]

State Department Photo/Public Domain

State Department Photo/Public Domain

State Department Photo/Public Domain

State Department Photo/Public Domain

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