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  1. Dancing in the DRC

    Carmen Nicole Smith travels with the State Department’s Dancing to Respect and embarks on a mission to empower the women of the DRC.

  2. Commemorating World AIDS Day through Urban Art

    Maxx Moses, a gifted graffiti muralist from New York, worked on a special project for World AIDS Day that used urban art to raise awareness about HIV prevention and testing.

  3. Preserving the Culture of Modernizing Villages Through Photography

    Fulbright Scholar Kathleen McLaughlin documents the modernization of Maramures, Romania through pictures.

  4. First Sports Envoys with Disabilities Travel to China to Advance Disability Rights and Inclusion

    Addressing the rights and inclusion of persons with disabilities in China has emerged as a significant foreign policy issue in the twenty-first century. Dr. Becky Clark and Dr. Woodson- Smith made a historical trip serving as the first ever disabled sports envoys to travel on behalf of the State Department to Guangzhou, China.

  5. Fulbright U.S. Student Connects With At-Risk Youth in Rio de Janeiro Through Boxing

    In Rio de Janeiro, Nicholas studied Sociology at Pontifica Universidad Catholica Do Rio De Janerio (PUC-Río) during the day and spent his evenings at the gym, volunteering with children, learning and experiencing the different cultures in Brazil from the classrooms to the inner city.