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Ambassador Sterling Advocates Integration and Tolerance During Visit to Western Slovakia

Ambassador Adam Sterling’s address to 17 and 18 year old high school students in Senica highlighted his recent visit to the Zahorie region of western Slovakia near the Czech border. Sterling spoke about his native New York and experiences with diversity in an appeal to young people to reject hate-based ideologies. Sterling also had meetings ...
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Ambassador Sterling Opens Anti-Domestic Violence Photography Exhibit

Ambassador Adam Sterling opened a photo exhibit “Atlas of Women,” which tells the stories of women in eastern Slovakia that have fled domestic violence. Ambassador Sterling opened the showing at Bratislava’s Central European Photography Gallery on March 6 to highlight International Women’s Day. The photos and accompanying biographical information were prepared by Slovak photographer Dorota ...
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Holocaust Teacher Training Program

For almost two decades, the U.S. Department of State, in cooperation with the Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO) in New York, has helped to organize the Holocaust Teacher Training Program. To date, this initiative has brought over 350 teachers from approximately thirteen countries to United States, including 32 teachers from Slovakia. This one-week seminar in ...
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Standing with the Venezuelan People in their Fight for Democracy

As the humanitarian crisis created by Nicolas Maduro, the illegitimate self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, deepens, the de facto Maduro regime and its supporters have accused the United States of attempting a coup and targeting Venezuela’s oil reserves. This is a cynical lie told by a failing regime to maintain its repressive control over the Venezuelan ...
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