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August 28, 2013

The March on Washington: 50 Years Later

The year was 1963. I was a first-grader in New York City and the country was electrified. Buses were being… more
August 26, 2013

"Family is Family" for YES Student's Indiana Host Family

When asked to describe being a host mother, Jen Kramer of Kendallville, Indiana, reported that "it's just like having another… more
August 14, 2013

Ambassador Power To Host #WhatMatters Twitter Town Hall

Last Saturday, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power delivered her first public speech at Invisible Children' s Fourth Estate… more
August 12, 2013

Conversations With America: New Solutions for Today's Complex Conflicts

Ambassador Rick Barton , Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, will hold a discussion with Cheryl Benton ,… more
August 12, 2013

The Challenges of Meeting America's Objectives Around the Globe

Every year, the State Department works with Congress to develop an international affairs budget that advances U.S. national security, protects… more
August 11, 2013

Apply to Become the Next U.S. Youth Observer at the United Nations

As we approach International Youth Day highlighting the importance of young people worldwide, we want you to know that the… more
August 9, 2013

Ten Reasons to Intern at the Department of State

I’ve been working in Public Affairs for 10 weeks now, but the time has flown by. I’m sad my time… more


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