Embassy Celebrates Women's Month
Ambassador Makila James celebrated Women’s History Month by visiting communities of Lomahasha, eMbhasheni and Mpolongeni where she heard from these women about their lives and efforts to build a future for themselves and their families through women empowerment.
Celebrating and Cultivating a Culture of Debate
The Embassy hosted an event highlighting the importance of debate. Ambassador James in her speech emphasized the U.S. government belief that "Open discussion of dissenting views encourages new ideas and growth in any society".
In celebration of National African American History Month, the embassy presented “African-American History through Song”. Talented jazz, blues and gospel vocalist Anita Beamon-Freeman had the audience on their feet, dancing and singing as she shared the history, struggles and triumphs of African-Americans.
Swazi Teens Learn Photography with Support from U.S. Embassy
16 Swazi teenagers recently completed an intensive photography workshop with professional photographers Krisanne Johnson and Samantha Reinders through the support of the U.S. Embassy in Swaziland.ALSO: Story
Swazi Youth Tell Story of Fight against HIV/AIDS in Swaziland
The U.S. Embassy through PEPFAR, organized a World AIDS Day Poster Contest in partnership with Peace Corps volunteers around Swaziland. Through the volunteers, the Embassy solicited artwork from youth reflecting the theme “Working Together for an AIDS-Free Generation.”ALSO: Story
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