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ShareAmerica is about U.S. policy & culture and is moderated by the U.S. Department of State (@StateDept). Share your voice! ๐Ÿ—ฃ

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Joined on November 26, 2008

We looked inside some of the tweets by @ShareAmerica and here's what we found interesting.

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275. in country United States and category Governmental

There are at least 110 public schools named after Martin Luther King Jr., in the United States. King is an inspiration for the students who learn about his life and commitments to racial equality in the United States.

Have you ever wondered why there is so much time between the U.S. election and when the president takes office? Believe it or not, the transition is actually shorter than it used to be. Find out more:

Take a safe, virtual tours of art museums in the U.S. Several popular museums have partnered with Google Arts & Culture to bring the full exhibition experience to virtual visitors. Learn more about how to visit here:

University students, programmers and wildlife experts from around the world came together for the State Department's annual Zoohackathon to to devise technological solutions to wildlife trafficking. ๐Ÿฆง๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ… Learn about this year's competition and winners:

From The Great Gatsby to Mrs. Dalloway to jazz standard โ€œSweet Georgia Brown,โ€ thousands of works that entered the public domain January 1, 2021. Thanks to U.S. copyright law, these old classics are now free to use and can be accessed by anyone online.

The CCP produces more greenhouse gasses than any other country in the world, and they are exporting their dirty energy production to low-income countries by building coal power plants. Learn more about how China is exporting dirty energy production:

Check out which three firms have won the 2020 Secretary of Stateโ€™s Award for Corporate Excellence. The award goes to companies that represent the best in American business values as they foster prosperity abroad. Learn more here:

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the State Departmentโ€™s Julia Taft Fund for refugee protection and assistance. The Fund has provided grants to nearly 800 local refugee organizations working to make peoples lives better and give aid during crises.

The US has partnered with international institutions and other major economies to provide low-income countries with billions in COVID-19 relief. Learn more about the what the U.S. is doing to help here:

From the African-American astronaut with the record for spending the most time in space, to the woman with the longest single spaceflight, meet the the Artemis astronauts. The next astronauts to head to the moon. ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿฟโ€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€๐ŸŒ“

This tweet corrects a spelling mistake in a previous tweet.

This tweet corrects a spelling mistake in a previous tweet.

Watch Muhammad Faridi and his father tell their story of his father immigrating to the U.S. and Muhammad working his way through law school driving a cab. Their story is part of the U.S. Library of Congressโ€™ American Folklife Center. Watch it here:

Wildlife trafficking is a big business that threatens security, fuels corruption, and pushes species to the brink of extinction. The U.S. is working with other countries to stop this horrible practice.

The U.S. is providing funding, expertise, and training to help countries build their 5G wireless networks in a safe and reliable way, without going into unmanageable debt or compromising security.

As we look back over 2020 and look ahead to 2021, we take a moment to remember the Americans we lost this past year.

Like people everywhere, families in the United States will be taking a different approach to New Year's Eve this year. The iconic ball drop in New York City's Times Square will be virtual this year.

The United States is imposing sanctions against Chinese officials and companies for supporting the regime's human rights abuses, intellectual property theft, and unlawful claims in the South China Sea.

Learn how a document signed by Allied nations during World War II helped pave the way for victory โ€” and for today's United Nations.

Though the pandemic has brought economic hardship to many, it has also provided opportunities. These Americans used their skills to open businesses during the pandemic and support themselves and their families. Here are some of their stories:

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