- “Dry with No Ice”: Earth Day Podcast Series
This podcast series features "Dry with No Ice," a performance by storytellers Theresa Amoon and Isabelle Sauvage, who artfully weave together well-researched scientific facts with fables, stories, and songs on global warming and the steps individuals can take to contribute to a cleaner, less polluted planet.
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- Chip Seward : “HIV can become like a prison for the person who has it, but only if they let it ” April 18, 2012
HIV/AIDS. It’s scary, it’s stigmatized, and in some countries, speaking about it is just outright taboo. And yet 33.3 million people are currently living with HIV/AIDS and many more have been touched by this disease in one way or another. Chip Seward, an American lawyer based in Paris, is HIV positive and not afraid to talk about it. He shared his advice on fighting against stigmatization and how individuals can deal with being HIV positive and live full normal lives.
Download - Length: 05:15 - Size: 4.9 MB - Format: MP3 - Transcript
- Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Johnnie Carson’s podcast on Senegal’s Presidential elections
March 19, 2012
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- Secretary Clinton on the first-ever U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security
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- Interview with Alec Ross: “People should not have a stereotype of Africa as an unconnected place – It’s not true”
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Hillary Clinton’s Senior Advisor for Innovation, Alec Ross, discussed the benefits that new technology holds for Africans and U.S. diplomats working in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ross believes that social media and mobile technology bring a whole new set of solutions to problems such as corruption, personal finance management, and weak educational systems.
Download - Length: 5:45 - File size: 8MB
- Lewis Lukens, U.S. Ambassador to Senegal and Guinea-Bissau on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
November 25 is the day chosen by the United Nations to discuss the elimination of violence against women. On this occasion, Mr. Lewis Lukens, U.S. Ambassador to the Republics of Senegal and Guinea-Bissau, talks about the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence. This podcast is produced by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Dakar. It can be used in part or as a whole.
Download podcast Format: MP3 - Time: 4mn 09s - Size: 1.9 MB - Transcript (PDF 109KB)
- November 22nd Press Briefing with Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Johnnie Carson
During a November 22nd conference call, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson, briefed journalists across the continent on his recent trip to Asia to hold bilateral meetings with his counterparts and to co-chair the fifth round of the U.S.-China Sub-Dialogue on Africa in Beijing. He provided a read-out of his November 8-15 trip to China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea and discussed areas of mutual interest and cooperation in Africa between the United States and Asia.
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