The White House Fellows Program was founded by President L. B. Johnson in 1964. Selected individuals have, among other things, opportunities to participate in the federal government´s activities, educational programs or study abroad. One of their trips has been to Prague in order to understand Czech-US relations, transformation period, history and society as such. These and other topics, for example, the role of the former Czech President Vaclav Havel, NGOs and current Russian aggression were discussed during the meeting.
The photo gallery from the event can be found here.