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Seeking Fluent Arabic Volunteers for International Dialogues

Learning Life seeks fluent speakers of Arabic in metro Washington D.C. to help with language interpreting from English to Arabic and vice versa for our Citizen Diplomacy Initiative (CDI).   CDI engages lower-income American families in Washington D.C. in live internet dialogues and project collaborations with lower-income families in other nations to nurture more caring and capable global citizens.  We are ...

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Watch: Third Citizen Diplomacy Initiative Video!

Learning Life’s third video about our Citizen Diplomacy Initiative is now out!  This video is 3 minutes long, and features our founder, Paul Lachelier, explaining CDI’s project-based learning and photovoice project. This video was put together by Andrew Jorgensen, a talented senior in film and video studies at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.  Andrew interned with Learning Life this spring ...

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Watch: Second Citizen Diplomacy Initiative Video!

Learning Life’s second video about our Citizen Diplomacy Initiative is now out!  This video is 4 minutes and 41 seconds long, and features our founder, Paul Lachelier, explaining Learning Life and the Citizen Diplomacy Initiative. This video was put together by Andrew Jorgensen, a talented senior in film and video studies at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.  Andrew interned ...

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How Do We Build Peace in a Divided World? Three Ways in One Day

Last Sunday was the busiest day yet for Learning Life’s Citizen Diplomacy Initiative (CDI): two live international dialogues, and one international potluck.  All three events exemplified how Learning Life is building peace through dialogue and collaboration across divides of race, class and nation. The day began with a live dialogue between Learning Life staff and a Jordanian family in the city of Jerash, ...

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