“It is important to celebrate diversity.”
That is the message that we hear every day from people at the festival, and it is one that I believe is also at the heart of this year’s festival.
But while that is certainly the case, I also want to say a few words about a few other things.
The festival itself is in many ways more than just a festival, in the sense that we are also building a community and a shared space where we can share ideas and experiences, and to celebrate those shared experiences.
And the festival is a community in which we are all partners, as well as participants.
I want to thank you all for your love and support.
That said, I am not in this festival just to promote diversity, and I have some very different ideas about how we are going to celebrate our diverse communities.
There are many ways to celebrate your differences and the experiences you have had, and those different experiences are not just one-off experiences.
We are all here to share them.
We have shared experiences that are both personal and global, and we want to build an inclusive, inclusive community that is open to all, whether you are a minority or a majority.
That is why this year, we are planning to celebrate a diversity of people from all walks of life, races, ethnicities, religions, sexualities, and abilities.
The focus will be on exploring the ideas and practices that shape our world, and why that world is different, and what we can do to make it better for all.
And of course, we will also explore our shared humanity, and our shared history and our common humanity.
It will be a celebration of our shared histories, of our common history, and of the rich, interconnected humanity that we share.
And so, I want you to know that I am honored to be at this event, and that I would love to welcome you here with me, and invite you to come out and celebrate.
It is not only because I am here, it is because I believe in you.
And you will have the opportunity to celebrate this amazing festival and I am so grateful to you for joining us.
The Honorable Michelle Rhee, Secretary-General of the United Nations and Chair of the Executive Board of the Festival of the Americas It’s also not just because we want you here.
We want to welcome everybody, especially the people who might be less familiar with your brand of diversity.
I also believe it is important that we remember that we have a lot more work to do in this country to make our cities and our cities streets and our streetsways welcoming places for all, and in particular, for all marginalized communities.
And that means welcoming the LGBTQ community, and making sure that they have the resources they need to be able to live safely and respectfully in their own communities, and also to live out the values and beliefs that they hold dear.
That means that we also need to look at how we can promote inclusion and tolerance, and how we will not only support our LGBTQ neighbors, but also our allies, and especially our allies in our communities of color, but we need to recognize the differences between our communities, so that we can all be a part of the next great American experiment.
I know that we all want this to be a great celebration of all that we hold dear, and so I want us to look forward to sharing what we will share with you.
We will share our experiences and stories, and you will be able share yours.
And I also hope that you will share some of your experiences, too.
You will be invited to share some stories with us, and there will be more of a focus on those experiences and our experiences, because I think that is really important.
The fact that you are here to celebrate that diversity is important, and as I have said before, I have no doubt that this year we will see you there, and hopefully we will have a better understanding of what you are going through.
And we will be proud to be part of this festival, because we have always been a celebration and an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to come together and celebrate their differences, to celebrate who they are, and where they come from, and their cultures, and the things that make them unique.
And to do so, we need people like you here at this festival.
So I want everybody to know: I know you will come out to celebrate the diversity of our world.
And if you come out, if you love our city, and love our country, and want to be proud of our city and our country and our culture, and feel like you are part of a community that stands for equality and for inclusion, then I want all of you to feel at home.
And, you know, I hope that we will celebrate our diversity, that we celebrate our unity, and let everyone know that you belong here, and if you are tired of hearing that you do not belong here and that you cannot come, I invite