Learn about how three organizations are tackling street harassment of women, people of color and members of the LGBTQI+ community.
Sara Minkara built a career as an advocate for people with disabilities. Learn what she is doing now at the State Department.
A State Department-funded program in Brazil taught 90 women how to build their businesses. Learn more here.
As we look back on 2021, we say farewell to many notable Americans who left their mark on the world. Here are a few of those trailblazers.
Legendary dancer, singer, actress and civil rights activist Josephine Baker was honored at Paris' Panthéon on November 30. Learn more.
U.S. postage stamps highlight the American experience, often paying tribute to notable people. Check out a few of the latest stamp designs.
Meet Laura Richardson, the first woman to lead U.S. Southern Command, which covers South and Central America as well as the Caribbean.
November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Learn how the U.S. is tackling this issue around the world.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Meet a history-making member of the Pueblo of Laguna who oversees a federal department.