Faith plus freedom combine to create a religious life in the United States that is robust, diverse, and free. This photograph rich Faith + Freedom: Religion in the USA depicts how […]
Download this free poster to commemorate 230 years of American diplomacy around the world! Created in 1789 as the U.S. Department of Foreign Affairs and later renamed the U.S. Department of State, […]
Join with the United States in celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Pride Month during June of 2019. Download this colorful free poster. Our poster proudly affirms the U.S. […]
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin stepped onto the moon and into world history. They were the first humans ever to walk on another planetary body during […]
Some people believe that entrepreneurs are born, not made. This belief is not true. This free poster lists three basic steps which can help anyone develop the mentality and the […]
Educating girls helps them to grow up to take better care of themselves, their families and their communities. Women who have learned skills become valuable workers who boost an economy. […]
Anti-Corruption: The Global Fight is a new handbook from IIP Publications that outlines the kinds of corruption, their effects, and the ways that people and governments combat corruption through legislative and civil society actions.
For Earth Day on April 22, the 2018 Preserve the Earth poster illustrated by artist Cathie Bleck depicts marine species—dolphins, whales, birds, seals, crabs, tiny plankton along with many others—at risk from ocean debris.
Preserve the Earth 2018: Protect Marine Species from Ocean Debris—Commemorative Postcard Set (English only)
A colorful set of six commemorative postcards feature our 2018 Preserve the Earth poster depicting marine species at risk from ocean debris. Five other Preserve the Earth posters from previous years complete this set.
This free poster for Women’s History Month acknowledges her achievements and the achievements of all women in music.
Beginning in the 1950s, the U.S. Department of State sent dozens of America’s greatest jazz musicians to tour the globe becoming known as “the Jazz Ambassadors.” Recognizing the cross-cultural appeal of jazz, American Jazz Ambassadors were able to transcend national boundaries, build new cultural bridges, and tell a larger story about freedom in America.
From the 1950s to the 1970s, jazz took the world by storm in response to popular jazz broadcasts such as Willis Conover’s Voice of America radio show, Music USA. The U.S. Department of State sent America’s greatest jazz musicians—“The Jazz Ambassadors—touring worldwide. These remarkable American jazz musicians were enthusiastically welcomed from Africa to the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Latin America.