$5 Friday for Education

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Celebrate the day through your generosity.
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What are we paying for today?
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Just $5 from each of TNWAC’s friends on social media is enough to pay for: the cost of one calendar quarter of the Zoom expense.
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Your World Affairs Council has brought you over 90 Webinars in the past year…
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…a broad array of global affairs awareness programs featuring speakers and panels of foreign and American Ambassadors, other diplomas, business people, military officers, scholars, NGO leaders, talking about myriad subjects, all important to keeping up with international affairs and challenges to U.S. global interests.
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Just five bucks and you can help pay this quarter’s Zoom bill that will enable TNWAC to deliver programs like “The Importance of Women’s Voices in International Affairs,” next week.
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“If we don’t understand how the rest of the world works, we can’t be effective in managing our relationships with it. So that’s why our educational system and the literacy that the World Affairs Council brings to places like Nashville that are so significant to us.” — Ambassador Thomas Pickering 
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“I’m so thankful to the Tennessee World Affairs Council for the opportunity it has given me and for lighting the fire underneath me to learn more about the world.” — Olivia J.

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Just five bucks.  Thanks.
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Thank you for your support of global affairs awareness and education!

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS AWARENESS AND EDUCATION OUTREACH

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS AWARENESS AND EDUCATION OUTREACH

THE MISSION of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Tennessee World Affairs Council is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare Tennesseans to thrive in our increasingly complex and connected world.

THE VISION of  the Tennessee World Affairs Council is a well-informed community that thinks critically about the world and the impact of global events.