The United States is home to a thriving African diaspora that has made important cultural, scientific and civic contributions.
The United States is providing more than $50 million in critical humanitarian assistance to the people of Burma, among them over 700,000 refugees and others internally displaced in the country.
Because the COVID-19 pandemic struck soon after the Los Angeles house was established, its residents held online events.
Marisa Fuentes, a history professor at Rutgers University, believes monuments that include “collective acknowledgement” tell stories that “uplift far more people.”
Scientists are still hard at work in their labs and conferences to ensure that crispr genetic technology is developed and used in an ethical and safe manner.
To begin to mitigate any of these issues, countries around the world must come together to address the climate crisis as one.
“Having an income allowed me to build a career and support my family,” Paz said.
“We can’t afford a world so divided in its response to the climate crisis when the evidence is so compelling for action.”
“Your longevity in this country is based on the zip code in which you are born,” she said, referring to communities’ postal codes.
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Young entrepreneurs in Egypt are launching successful businesses and expanding them globally.
The United States and international partners are investing $80 billion in Africa’s private sector to help end the COVID-19 pandemic and spur sustainable growth.
“We have to make choices — together. Life is about choices.”
“I feel comfortable coming to the women’s center,” Soumaya told USAID, using a pseudonym for her protection. The center helps women access humanitarian assistance and legal aid. “I became social and increased my confidence a lot,” she said.
“We see a free press as vital for human progress. When you harm journalists, you threaten that progress.”
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is urging democracies to ensure the responsible development of artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies to prevent their misuse by authoritarian regimes.