On June 5, basketball star Jason Collins tipped off LGBT Pride Month at the U.S. Department of State by enchanting a Department audience with tales of both tough personal decisions and personal successes.
The Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX) celebrated the end of its 21st year with approximately 168 students of this year’s 800 scholarship recipients.
Pakistan's Poor Rich Boy will take the Kennedy Center stage Tuesday, June 3 as the first of seven touring ensembles and dance companies to be introduced to the American audience during month-long tours.
Three Brazilian alumni received grants from Coca-Cola Brazil and the Coca-Cola Foundation for their work in promoting social and economic inclusion of underserved Afro-Brazilians in Brazil.
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As part of a region-wide alumni initiative focusing on persons with disabilities, the former exchange participants engaged over 230 youths through a variety of arts activities. Persons with disabilities are sometimes treated differently, but as one participant said, “We all have a disability somewhere – it is the perception that is different.”