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First Lady Michelle Obama appeared on the Dr. Oz show on Thursday with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to announce a major new initiative to promote healthy lifestyles among children called Let's Move! Active Schools. The goal is to get schoolchildren to be physically active for at least 60 minutes total before, during, and after school.

For the appearance the First Lady chose a black and white jacket and a black and purple skirt, both with geometric patterns.  First Lady Michelle certainly is on the cutting edge of fashion!

First Lady Michelle Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan record an interview with Dr. Mehmet Oz on the “Dr. Oz Show,” at the 30 Rock Studios in New York, N.Y., Feb. 22, 2013. The episode focused on how physical activity affects both children’s health and academic achievement.

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First Lady Michelle Obama participates in a “Let’s Move!” Recipe Roundtable in the China Room of the White House, Feb. 19, 2013. Five of America’s largest media companies, as well as Pinterest, announced a new collaboration in support of "Let’s Move!," identifying and promoting thousands of nutritious recipes that meet the USDA’s MyPlate guidelines on their most popular cooking websites. Seated clockwise from the First Lady are: Michelle Buffard, FoodNetwork.com; Colleen Curtis, White House Director of Digital Content; Esmee Williams, AllRecipes.com; Kristina Schake, Director of Communications; Allison Lowery, CookingLight.com; Siobhan Adcock, Epicurious; Sam Kass, Senior Policy Advisor for Healthy Food Initiatives; and Elizabeth Shepard, Hearst Digital.
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