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International visitors to see welcome to U.S. short film

Citizen Staff Report

The Department of Homeland Security, the State Department and Walt
Disney Parks and Resorts have produced “Welcome: Portraits of America,”
which the government bills as “a multimedia initiative to welcome
international visitors to the United States.”

A seven-minute film will play in Federal Inspection Areas of U.S.
airports and hundreds of still images featuring a diverse group of
Americans will be used in posters, banners and other imagery welcoming
visitors to the U.S., according to a news release.

The first airports to receive the film will be Washington Dulles
International Airport outside Washington, D.C., and Bush International
Airport in Houston. Others will follow.

The film will play in Federal Inspection Areas at airports.

Citizen Staff Report

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