November 2006
Jet;11/6/2006, Vol. 110 Issue 18, p30
This caption accompanies a photograph of former U.S. secretary of state Colin Powell. Powell is pictured autographing his King Legacy Award for International Service during October of 2006 at the Colin Powell Middle School in Matteson, Illinois. The award was given to Powell in 2000 for his commitment to leadership.


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