Description: DVD/NEWSFEED: 4/04 GW & LAURA BUSH GIVING SPEECH ON WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN, JOHN KERRY GIVES SPEECH IN QUINCY ILLINOIS;INT small crowd awaits in White House room, guard sets up chairs for women standing on stage;INT President & Mrs. Bush are introduce, crowd stands & applauds them, Laura speaks about the film 'Osama', recalls history of room;INT Laura continues speech regarding International Women's Day, mentions that Afghan women will get the chance to vote this year; INT Mrs. Bush mentions many Afghan women now owning their own businesses, mentions US will build school in Kabul;INT Laura completes speech, President gives her a kiss, begins his own speech on women's rights in Afghanistan; INT Bush gives special thanks to Colin Powell & members of his cabinet, discusses a recent trip to Uganda;INT Bush commends officials working to end sex slavery in 3rd world countries;INT Bush discusses the challenges ahead for Afghan women, discusses the status of Iraq after removal of Sadaam; INT the president then comments on the progress Iraqi women have made; INT Bush thanks supporters, completes speech, shakes hands of women on stages, exits stage, shakes hands of supporters; INT 9th grade girl introduces John Kerry, Kerry begins speech by recalling history of Quincy (where he is giving speech); INT Kerry thanks some of his military supporters, asks President Bush to participate in monthly debates until election; INT Kerry recalls Bushes promises from the 2000 election that have not been fulfilled, INT Kerry discusses some of the election debates he had as senator; INT Kerry wraps up speech, shakes hands w/supporters, z-in as Kerry walks along crowd shaking hands;
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