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Kevin E. Moley, Ambassador to the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva



Ambassador Moley with students and faculty from the City College of New York who are participants in the Malik Shabazz Human Rights Institute Summer 2002 Program.

 

At the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, Ambassador Moley meets with students and faculty from the City College of New York who are participants in the Malik Shabazz Human Rights Institute Summer 2002 Program. The program is an outgrowth of the Admiral Family, an Islamic African-American nongovernmental organization (NGO) involved in human rights education, and is dedicated to examining and improving human rights of people all over the world. It was their first visit to the U.S. Mission and Ambassador Moley extended them an invitation to return not only next year but every year the group travels to Geneva. The U.S. Mission looks forward to welcoming the group on an annual basis.  (Photo by Regis Jordan, U.S. Mission Geneva and used with permission of the Malik Shabazz Human Rights Institute.)

Front row, left to right: Student interns Rezwan Ahmed, Angela Lee, and Helen Diaz; and Professor Asha Samad, Faculty Adviser.

Back row, left to right: Dr. Muhammad Hatim, Director; Ambassador Moley; Lunetha Lancaster, Administrator; and Dr. Ibrahim Abdul-Malik, Deputy Director.

Ambassador Moley: "As Ambassador I am fortunate enough in my work to meet people from very diverse backgrounds and cultures. Talking with the young students of the Malik Shabazz program, I was impressed with their intellectual curiosity, their pointed questions, and their eagerness to change the world for the better. Every one of them has the potential to someday be an Ambassador and we strongly encouraged them to consider a career in the foreign service, but whatever path they choose, they will undoubtably be a success. I hope they were able to learn as much from their visit to the Mission as I learned from them. " 

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Released on August 22, 2002

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