Videos produced by the U.S. Department of State for ShareAmerica.
See how peaceful protests can lead to positive social and political changes, especially if they include a wide representation of citizens.
When Mihrigul Tursun returned to China, she was arrested and separated from her children. Her crime? Being a Uighur Muslim who had lived outside of China.
An attack on student protesters in July was among the incidents prompting President Trump's executive order pressuring Nicaragua to restore the rule of law.
Thousands of Cubans are detained every year for political reasons. More than 100 of them are currently imprisoned.
Learn how the U.S. is supporting the people of Indonesia in response to the recent earthquake and tsunami that devastated the island of Sulawesi.
The U.S. sanctions returning on November 5 target an Iranian government that uses its money to fund terror rather than support its people.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad survived torture and rape by ISIS. She is an outspoken advocate for the Yazidis of northern Iraq.
Kusho Golog Jigme is a Tibetan Buddhist monk who was tortured for practicing his religion. He explains why religious freedom is an essential part of life.
A survivor of Nazi Germany's persecution of Jews recounts her experience and explains the importance of religious freedom in our modern world.