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 Open World Trustee R. James Nicholson (left) with Olga Shchetinina (center) and Executive Director O’Keefe.
To read the latest issue of the Open World News, please click here http://1.usa.gov/19CGlMA .  
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Open World Leadership Center, an agency of the U.S. Congress, will welcome its 20,000th participant when Ms. Olga Shchetinina, age 24, arrives in Washington, D.C. as a member of a larger delegation of emerging Russian professionals on November 14. Ms. Shchetinina will be recognized November 15 during the groups’ orientation by Open World Trustee Secretary R. James Nicholson.
Open World remains open during the government shutdown in the Washington Post (Article): http://wapo.st/176swqx Russian educators in Lynchburg, VA (Video): http://bit.ly/1bX1R1m US-Russia Tribute to Jazz Diplomacy event co-hosted by Open World, the American University Initiative for Russian Culture, and the Brubeck Institute (Article): “In Russia we have a saying that ‘he opens up his soul like a shirt,” http://bit.ly/H5uNGO Jazz event press release: http://www.openworld.gov/press-releases
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Open World Welcomes Inaugural Delegation from Turkey (press release) http://1.usa.gov/1awEtEv "The local families are open and friendly, interesting people to meet and have interesting jobs," (blog post) http://bit.ly/12RCfxI “When I was demonstrating how coal miners were paid in clacker and scrip, one young man told me that they were given ration stamps during Perestroika,” (article) http://www.njeffersonnews.com/local/x1999355805/Russian-visitors-learn-h... In April 2013 a group of professionals working with autistic children went to the United States (article)

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