@SecBlinken : Our diplomatic ties with Ecuador are some of the oldest that we have in the Americas. And today we are working closely on a vast array of issues, simply because Ecuador and the Ecuadorian people stand on the front lines of many of the most urgent challenges we face.
@SecBlinken : Some look at protests and mass movements criticizing democratic governments in the Americas or elsewhere and see it as a sign that democracy is in decline. I see it as a sign of democracy’s strength. I see people who believe enough in their system to try to fix it.
The United States is committed to partner with the countries of the Americas to enhance climate ambition, accelerate climate action through regional cooperation, & strengthen resilience and adaptation. Read more about U.S. support for regional initiatives:
Footprints found in New Mexico date back to the Ice Age, a study found, suggesting humans arrived in the Americas before the glaciers melted.
Millions of Americas are struggling to pay for life's essentials right now. Every day we see fundraisers for rent, utilities, and even groceries. But GoFundMe was never made to be a source of support for basic needs, and it can never be a replacement for robust federal relief.
We live in two Americas. One where armed white protestors storm government buildings without fear - and one where peaceful people of color face tear gas for standing up against racism. When Trump says ‘Make America Great Again,’ we know which America he’s talking about.
“In one America, you get killed by sleeping in your car, selling cigarettes or playing in your backyard. In another America, you get to storm the Capitol, and no tear gas, no massive arrests, none of that.” Jaylen Brown cites MLK’s two Americas in discussing breach of Capitol
A tale of 2 Americas: Walter Wallace was shot multiple times and killed by Philly PD yesterday. He allegedly had a knife and suffered from mental illness. Now compare his shooting to the way police responded to a mentally ill knife wielding white man...