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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com The International Criminal Court has taken the first steps toward prosecuting those who not only commit serious crimes against cultural, religious and historical heritage but also against our environment and animals.

Eid ul Adha – a holiday to come together to thank God for our blessings and to share with those hungry and less fortunate as well as family & friends – Eid Mubarek from Susan & Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey & DiplomatArtist.com

By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
Take some time to revel in the wonder of nature in the great outdoors or experience history in the 59 National Parks.
 
By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
The Indigenous have much to teach us. Respect and honor for their way of life will be the building blocks for a more sustainable future. Our lives depend on each other. — MORE —
From DiplomatArtist.com “Compelling Journeys series”
Be sure to watch the YouTube video of our college favorite, James Rivers on bagpipes as he continues to inspire new audiences and create sweet nostalgia for loyal fans. — Susan & Ambassador Mo Sacirbey

Menstruation Is Not a Crime. Period.
By, Montclair Student Diplomat – KIrsten Kovats as publshed in Huffington Post
Read all about Kirsten’s interview with “Menstrupedia Comic’s” author Aditi Gupta, and the advances her book hold for girls and women in India & their empowerment. — MORE —
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/menstruation-is-not-a-cri_b_9919618.html

By, Ambassador Muhamed (Mo) Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
Come join us for a little “Le Bon Temps Roulet !” It’s too bad that the Ole River does not flow upstream, as culture at least once did to deliver the roots & diversity that now defines American music, jazz to blues to rock. — Read More —
By, Ambassador Muhamed (Mo) Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
Come join us for a little “Le Bon Temps Roulet !” It’s too bad that the Ole River does not flow upstream, as culture at least once did to deliver the roots & diversity that now defines American music, jazz to blues to rock. — Read More —

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: On World Habitat Day, public places with their architecture as art & culture, show the better side of humanity including our interaction with the earth & animals. — MORE –Can you spot the green iguana blending so comfortably in its surrounding habitat in the middle of Key West’s Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park?
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http://diplomatartist.com/public-space-is-vital-component-of-cities-world-habitat-day/

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Diplomat Artist Buzz: Cultural Diversity and the importance for education, peace, & understanding for global citizens

http://diplomatartist.com/world-day-for-cultural-diversity-dialogue-development/