Earlier today, DC Entertainment announced “We Can Be Heroes,” an unprecedented giving campaign to fight the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa.
Below, check out a gallery of images from this morning’s press conference announcing “We Can Be Heroes” at the Time Warner Center in New York City.
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Gallery captions from left to right:
Cokie Roberts, Save the Children
Cokie Roberts, Save the Children (2)
We Can Be Heroes Press Conference
Cokie Roberts and Diane Nelson
DC Entertainment execs Geoff Johns_Diane Nelson_Jim Lee
Barry Meyer, Diane Nelson, Jeff Robinov
Diane Nelson, Jeff Robinov
We Can Be Heroes Press Conference 2
Jeff Bewkes, Chairman & CEO, TimeWarner
Barry Meyer, Chairman & CEO, WarnerBros
Jeff Robinov, President, Warner Bros Pictures Group
Diane Nelson, President, DC Entertainment
We Can Be Heroes Press Conference 3
Dr. George Rupp, Neal Keny-Guyer, Diane Nelson
Speakers at DC Entertainment We Can Be Heroes Event (Group members from left to right: Dr. George Rupp, President & CEO, International Rescue Committee, Jeff Bewkes, Chairman & CEO Time Warner, Barry Meyer, Chairman & CEO, Warner Bros, Jeff Robinov, President Warner Bros Pictures Group, Diane Nelson, President, DC Entertainment, Dr. Maura O'Neill, Senior Counselor and Chief Innovation Officer, USAID, Cokie Roberts, Save the Children Trustee and Political Commentator for ABC News, Neal Keny-Guyer, CEO Mercy Corps)