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By April 19, 2012Nat-news

Before we get to the 2D goodness, a slight clarification. The reports today identified the event as a tribute to Elie Wiesel, holocaust survivor and Nobel Prize winner.

Natalie’s 10 minute speech was about the hosts of the dinner, The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and what they stand for. Where does Aung San Suu Kyi come into this? Well, she was the winner of this years Holocaust Memorial Museum Elie Wiesel Award.

It seems that Natalie also took time to talk about her, but she was not the main subject of the speech. Hopefully a video of that speech might find it’s way online at some point.

In any case, onto some photos, courtesy of Just Jared.

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  • CédPortman says:

    Natalie is truly sublime. I find that since her pregnancy she is more mature woman more than before

  • Adonis says:

    It is very important for the murder of 6 million Jews never forget!
    And so Bravo to Natalie that she’s appeared there yesterday to remind about the crime – but also as a heroine Aung San Suu Kyi is fighting for freedom and democracy in their country.
    Well, Natalie is not only an excellent actress, but also a person with a big “heart” and character.
    Again, bravo to them!

  • jesslv74 says:

    Wow, she is such am altruistic and generous person, and as Adonis said, she has such a big heart. I don’t know how she handles it all…acting, being a mother, and doing humanitarian work. I admire her for making time for these projects and not getting lost in all of the Hollywood scene. She is someone that I really look up to, and she’s younger than me! She is a definitely a role model.