GPA videos

Videos produced by the U.S. Department of State for ShareAmerica.

Judith Heumann smiling in wheelchair at end of indoor ramp (D.A. Peterson/State Dept.)

The enduring legacy of Judith Heumann [video]

Judith Heumann, who died March 4, spent more than five decades working for the rights of people with disabilities.
View of Earth from space (State Dept.)

Protecting our planet on Earth Day [video]

This Earth Day, learn what the United States is doing to help mitigate the effects of the climate crisis for a healthier planet.
Video title frame with four people (State Dept.)

The truth about Putin’s war [video]

Listen to firsthand accounts from four Ukrainians on what they think about Vladimir Putin’s war against their country.
People standing under text that reads 'World leaders are united with Ukraine' (© AP Images)

In Putin’s own words [video]

Leaders worldwide oppose the Russian government's aggression against Ukraine. Learn what Vladimir Putin said in 2002 about the role of NATO.
Video still of Ukrainian city of Kyiv (State Dept.)

Putin’s regime lied [video]

The Russian government insisted it had no plans to invade Ukraine. It lied. Here's a recap of some statements leading up to the invasion.
Woman standing behind flag of Ukraine (State Dept.)

Voices of Ukraine: Andriana [video]

Andriana shares her story of life after Russia’s unprovoked and illegal invasion of Ukraine in 2014 and again in 2022.
Aerial view of river with words 'A more open, more free Indo-Pacific' superimposed (State Dept.)

The U.S. vision for the Indo-Pacific [video]

In this video, learn more about U.S. priorities for the Indo-Pacific and how this vision aligns with the needs of people in the region.
Washington Monument standing in front of sky and clouds (State Dept.)

The future of democracy [video]

Democracy is how voices are heard and progress is made. Watch how living up to the ideals of liberty and equality takes constant work.

The U.S. protects the right to protest injustice [video]

People in the United States use the freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment to change their government and work towards a more perfect union.