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Have you read the latest on our official blog, DipNote? Recent entries highlight how the U.S. promotes the participation of women in peace operations across the Americas, demining assistance benefits Colombians, and U.S. embassies protect the environment.

To help mitigate the worst effects of climate change, the Department supports local ecosystems at its diplomatic facilities around the world. Learn how @USembassyAstana  @USEmbassyBernnd  are reducing our impact on the environment in our latest DipNote.

Since 2016, @StateGDI  has matched 100+ U.S. air quality experts with U.S. Embassies and Consulates worldwide through the Air Quality Fellowship. Read more about the Fellowship and learn how you can apply by June 11 in our latest DipNote below.

During #MilitaryAppreciationMonth , we celebrate members of the U.S. Armed Forces — both current and former — for their service to our country. Read the stories of three of our veteran team members in the latest DipNote below.

As part of our ongoing celebration of #AAPIHM , we are recognizing several of our @ISNAsstSecy  team members of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent who are working to make our world a safer place. Learn more about them in our latest DipNote below.

In our latest DipNote entry, an Asian-American Foreign Service Officer shares his family's history and reflects on how his heritage has shaped his philosophy and impacted his work with the Department both at home and abroad. Read his story below. #AAPIHM 

Every May, the Department joins the rest of our nation in celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Read the stories of three of our #AAPI  foreign service officers in our latest DipNote below. #AAPIHMHM 

This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act and the International Religious Freedom Report. To learn more about the report read our latest DipNote. #IRFReport2020 

Last month, @SecBlinken  visited with young African leaders on his virtual trip to Kenya and Nigeria. Check out our DipNote on the @YALINetwork .

2/ Read the stories of three of our #AAPI  foreign service officers in our latest DipNote below and one of them had his internship here at U.S. Embassy in #KualaLumpur  ! 🔗

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This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act and the International Religious Freedom Report. To learn more about the report read our latest DipNote. #IRFReport2020 

@SecBlinken : “People everywhere should be free to express their beliefs, hold opinions without interference, to seek, receive, and share information and ideas.” Today check out our latest DipNote as we commemorate World Press Freedom Day.

Have you read the latest on our official blog, DipNote? Recent entries spotlight the United States' global leadership in landmine clearance and conventional weapons destruction and 20 years of cultural preservation.

The United States and Sudan are working to develop security partnerships, as Sudanese leaders build a democratic, citizen-centered government. Two of our diplomats assigned to @USAfricaCommand  and @USNavyEurope  discuss these efforts in the latest DipNote:

On March 8, @SecBlinken , along with @FLOTUSBiden  Jill Biden, will honor women from around the world with the #womenofcourageonal '>Internat #WomenofCourageonal  (IWOC) Award. To learn more, check out our latest DipNote.

In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, @STASatState  reflects on the significant achievements of women scientists and how they have been portrayed in popular culture. Read more in our latest DipNote blog entry.

Antony J. Blinken walked through the doors of the Department for the first time 28 years ago as a regional bureau special assistant. On January 27, he entered as the 71st Secretary of State. Read about @SecBlinken ’s first day in our DipNote blog.

For more than 20 years @StatePRM 's Julia Taft Fund has empowered grassroots efforts to support the world’s most vulnerable people, refugees. Learn more about how the Fund helps refugees recover and thrive in our latest DipNote blog: .

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