Photos From WIF, Part 1

Images from the 5th annual conference at the Newseum.
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The Atlantic's James Fallows interviews United States Trade Representative Michael Froman.
 
Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New America Foundation, talks with Glover Park Group's Dee Dee Myers.
 
Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, talks about education reform.
 
James Ryan, dean of Harvard School of Education, spoke about training the next generation of teachers.
 
Tom Vilsack, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, talks with Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post.
 
Astro Teller, "Captain of Moonshots" at Google[x], speaks with Hari Sreenivasan of PBS "NewsHour."
 
Audience members in the Knight Conference Center at the Washington Ideas Forum.
 
John Dickerson of CBS and Slate interviews The Rev. John Jenkins, President of Notre Dame University.
 
Sam Kass, White House nutrition advisor, talks about food marketing.
 
The Atlantic's Corby Kummer (left) talks with former White House chef Sam Kass.
 
David Bradley, chairmen of Atlantic Media, kicks off the afternoon session on Wednesday.
 
Susan Rice, White House National Security Advisor, talks about the Middle East with Walter Isaacson.
 
New Orlean's Mayor Mitch Landrieu talks about black-on-black crime.
 
The Annenberg Theater at the Newseum was filled for the wednesday afternoon session.
 
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick to The Atlantic's James Fallows: "D.C. is a real pain in my butt."
 
Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, criticized the Tea Party's Obamacare strategy.
 
Political gurus John Harwood, Charlie Cook, and Chuck Todd talk about--yes--the 2016 election.
 
The Atlantic's Corby Kummer and Aspen Institute's Elliot Gerson (both facing camera) talk in the hallway.

 

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