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Countdown to Embassy Banjul’s BHM Arts Festival

Nine days before Embassy Banjul’s sponsored Arts Festival takes place, the cast is busy on rehearsals at the Ebunjan Theatre, the host for the program. These photos were taken during one of the rehearsals on American playwright Lorraine Hansberry’s iconic play, “A Raisin in the Sun,” the main focus of this festival. Other activities lined ...
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American Corner Banjul Activates Speaker Series

American Corner Banjul on February 3 activated its monthly speaker series, featuring a 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship alumnus, Alieu Jallow. The Speaker Series Program features inspirational and accomplished Gambians who share their successes and challenges through motivational conversations. Jallow, also the Startup Incubator Gambia Project Manager, engaged 62 aspiring entrepreneurs and university students.  He spoke ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Remain Alert

United States Embassy Banjul, The Gambia Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Remain Alert The U.S. Department of State has rescinded its Travel Warning for The Gambia.  At this time, U.S. citizens visiting or residing in The Gambia are advised to continue to remain alert during the ongoing government transition. On January 19, 2017, the Economic Community ...
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Ambassador Alsup Interacts with Colleagues at Gambia’s New Leader Welcoming

January 21st, 2017, Banjul International Airport: Ambassador C. Patricia Alsup (Fourth from left) interacted with colleague diplomats while waiting to welcome home, The Gambia’s new democratically elected President, Mr. Adama Barrow. President Barrow returned after 11 days in Senegal where he was sworn-in at the Gambian Embassy in Dakar.
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