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Teaching Remarks at African American History Month Celebration (2005)

Remarks at African American History Month Celebration (2005)

Condoleezza Rice, the first female African American secretary of state, delivered this speech at the Department of State’s Celebration of African American History Month.

Condoleezza Rice
US Department of State


How do people use ethos, pathos, and logos to support their message?


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