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Albright, Judd speak up for child abuse prevention
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Two of the biggest names in the country joined forces Tuesday to speak up for child abuse prevention in San Francisco.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was one of the keynote speakers. She's the mother of the Prevention Center Executive Director Katie Albright. The other was actress Ashley Judd, star of ABC's hit new series, "Missing."
"We are given the gift of children. We have a responsibility to take care of them," Albright said.
Six hundred people were at the sold out luncheon, which raised more than $325,000.
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