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June 5, 2023

Expanding Vocational Education Worldwide

College administrators visited the U.S. to exchange ideas.

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In Other News

  • June 4, 2023

    Addressing Irregular Migration

    Colombia, Panama, and the U.S. discussed joint efforts on border security and migratory challenges happening in the Darien.
  • June 4, 2023

    Unrest in Senegal

    The U.S. is troubled and saddened by the violence and damage we have witnessed in many parts of the country.
  • June 3, 2023

    Anniversary of Tiananmen Square

    The U.S. will continue advocating for people’s human rights and fundamental freedoms in China and around the world.

Leading America’s foreign policy to advance the interests and security of the American people.

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Immigrants wave at Statue of Liberty

Celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month, Immigrant Heritage Month, and LGBTQ+ Pride Month

During Caribbean-American Heritage Month, we celebrate the achievements and dreams of the millions of people of Caribbean origin now living in the United States while honoring the shared history of joy and perseverance that has united and enriched life across our region for centuries.

The very idea of America has been advanced by immigrants from every part of the world — my ancestors and yours. Their dreams built America, and during National Immigrant Heritage Month, we celebrate their courage.

During Pride Month, we honor a movement that has grown stronger, more vibrant, and more inclusive with every passing year.

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ShareAmerica is the U.S. Department of State’s platform for stories about America and the principles that underlie U.S. foreign policy.

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The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future