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CORE Center Benefit, Heart of Gold Awardees
2004-12-01

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More than 400 supporters of the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center gathered at the 7th Annual Celebration of the Heart Benefit, Nov. 13 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Photos by Suzanne Kraus

Images: #1 Rev. Willie T. Barrow, Chairman of the Board, Ermeritus, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, Heart of Gold Awardee. #2 Constance Howard, State Rep. 34th District; David E. Munar, Assoc. Director of Policy and Communications, AIDS Foundation of Chicago; and Rev. Barrows—all Heart of Gold Awardees.


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