On September 13, join All for All for a day-long, interactive gathering on the role of immigrants in entrepreneurship and the local economy, as well as the intersection of immigrant inclusion with local politics, the arts, and more.
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Angelica interviews Scott Shiller and Karla Boos about the upcoming Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts.
What subject combines scientific discovery, national security, natural resources, and the complexities of international law? Outer space!
On March 1, 1954, crew members of the Japanese fishing boat “Lucky Dragon No. 5” were astonished to see what appeared to be snow falling while sailing in the Pacific Ocean. The snow was in reality radioactive ashes from a nuclear fallout caused by the detonation of a hydrogen bomb 1,000 times stronger than the Hiroshima blast.
On this episode of the World Affairs Report, Angélica is joined by Daniel Zorub. Daniel is an Impact Donor Manager at Vitamin Angels, a non-profit that provides lifesaving vitamins to mothers and children at risk of malnutrition with the aim of reducing preventable illness, blindness and death. Vitamin Angels was founded in 1994 by Howard … Read More
One day in class, fifteen-year-old Peyton Klein looked around and noted that she knew everyone’s name in the class, except for one person who was an English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) student. Her desire to connect Native English Speakers (NES) and ESL students gave birth to The Global Minds Initiative, a non-profit based right here in Pittsburgh that operates as a for-youth, by-youth organization for students of both ESL and NES backgrounds. Global Minds functions as an educational support system for ESL students, aims to instruct NES students about other cultures and seeks to promote leadership, community engagement, global friendships, cultural identity and inclusivity among its members.
In this episode, Andy Burnett discusses his visits to Sudan, the role of the Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, and his visits to Khartoum & Addis Ababa.
Peter Krause sat down with Anna to talk about his new book, Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win during his visit to Pittsburgh in March 2018.
Angelica talks to Kate Brick from New American Economy about their new report: New Americans – The Role of Immigrants in Reviving the Great Lakes Region.
Dale Giovengo joined us to discuss his experience leaving a successful 36-year career with Giant Eagle to join the Foreign Service. Motivated by the events of September 11, 2001, he wanted to serve his country and was not able to join the military so he decided to join the Foreign Service in 2006 as a … Read More