On July 12, 1976, President Gerald Ford signed the Charter into law, institutionalizing the Voice of America’s standard for journalistic excellence.
At “African Voices and Votes: The Diaspora and the U.S. Elections” African-born immigrants stressed the importance of organizing and participating in the political process.
The event was streamed live on multiple VOA language platforms, reaching audiences around the world.
The Armenian Service of the Voice of America celebrated its 65th anniversary during a ceremony at VOA headquarters in Washington.
Two Voice of America journalists were assaulted in Turkey while on assignment.
The Georgian Service of the Voice of America celebrated its 65th anniversary on Thursday.