Secretary John Forbes Kerry's Public Statements

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Full Name: John Forbes Kerry
Current Office: U.S. Secretary of State, Democratic
First Appointed: 01/29/2013
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Teresa Heinz; 2 Children: Alexandra, Vanessa; 3 Stepchildren: John, Andre, Christopher
Birth Date: 12/11/1943
Birth Place: Aurora, CO
Home City: Boston, MA
Religion: Roman Catholic
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6/20/14 Remarks at the Release of the 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report 6/13/14 Remarks at The Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict 6/13/14 On the Occasion of the Official Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 6/09/14 The Evening Standard - Let There Be No Hiding Place For Rapists in War 5/13/14 Remarks With Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini After Their Meeting 5/07/14 Remarks at the Council of the Americas' 44th Conference on the Americas 5/06/14 Remarks With EU High Representative Lady Catherine Ashton After Their Meeting 5/04/14 Meeting With Embassy Luanda Staff and Families 5/04/14 Remarks After Touring the Fistula Clinic at St. Joseph's Hospital 5/03/14 Commitment to Africa 4/25/14 Remarks at Swearing-in Ceremony for Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator of the USG Activities to Combat HIV/AIDS Deborah Birx 4/24/14 Remarks at the Take Your Child to Work Day Event 3/07/14 International Women's Day 3/06/14 Women Key to Peace and Security 2/27/14 Remarks on the Release of the Annual Country Reports on Human Rights 2/25/14 The World Post - Preventing Sexual Violence Is a National Security Imperative 2/25/14 Discussion on Ending and Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Situations 2/07/14 Remarks With Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida After Their Meeting 2/06/14 International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting 1/27/14 Remarks at the U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue 12/10/13 Human Rights Day 2013 11/25/13 International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and 16 Days of Activism 11/15/13 Remarks at the Georgetown University Symposium "Advancing Afghan Women" 11/13/13 Video Remarks on Call to Action on Protecting Women and Girls in Emergencies 10/11/13 International Day of the Girl 9/23/13 Remarks at a Meeting of the Equal Futures Partnership 3/08/13 Remarks at the International Women of Courage Awards 9/27/12 Kerry Receives 100% Rating from AAUW Action Fund for Support of Women's Issues 6/05/12 Kerry: Republican Filibuster Stifles Equal Pay Debate 6/05/12 Paycheck Fairness Act--Motion to Proceed--Resumed 3/21/12 Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act 3/01/12 Moving Ahead For Progress In the 21st Century Act 2/02/12 Letter to Nancy G. Brinker 10/17/11 Tribute to Nobel Peace Prize Winners 6/17/11 Senate Armed Services Committee Approves Amendment to Protect Service Members Who Are Victims of Sexual Assault 4/04/11 Letter to The Honorable Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader, and The Honorable Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader 3/16/11 Letter to the Honorable Joe Biden, U.S. Vice President 3/08/11 Chairman Kerry Marks The 100th Anniversary Of International Women's Day 3/03/11 MetroWest Daily News -Money, Lives and Planned Parenthood 2/24/11 FDA Finally Recognizes Prescription Drug Tragedy 12/14/10 Chairman Kerry: Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves Historic Legislation To Combat Violence Against Women And Girls 11/29/10 Chairman Kerry On International Day For The Elimination Of Violence Against Women 10/18/10 Letter To Barack Obama, President of the United States 8/05/10 Kerry: Kagan Makes History as Women Comprise Full Third of Supreme Court 5/05/10 Chairman Kerry Welcomes Additional Funding For Prevention Against Gender-Based Violence and HIV/AIDS 5/05/10 Kerry, Tsongas Introduce Legislation To Aid Sexual Assault Victims In The Military 3/16/10 Tax on Bonuses Received from Certain TARP Recipients 3/01/10 Chairman Kerry Marks United Nations' 54th Session Of The Commission On The Status Of Women 11/25/09 Kerry, Gillibrand, Cardin, Shaheen, Boxer, Casey Mark The International Day For The Elimination Of Violence Against Women 10/01/09 Hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee - T"Violence Against Women: Global Costs and Consequences":