The monthly US Embassy English Club was held on June 18, 2015 in the American Library. English Program Specialist, Lynn Hanson Ouedraogo, led a group of 15 high school and university students in creating mosaics out of colored paper as metaphors for social inclusion. They learned that like all the small pieces of a mosaic are necessary to create the final coherent and aesthetically pleasing image, so each of us in all our uniqueness and diversity of gender, age, ethnicity, abilities, talents, beliefs, and orientations are needed to create the most viable society. Students discussed the meaning of social inclusion and social cohesion and the importance of these concepts in Burkinabe society. The monthly English Club supports the US embassy’s goal for economic growth and development through education, in particular through the promotion of English language learning. This month’s activities also promoted human rights goals through an activity on diversity. The mosaic activity and subsequent discussion focused on social inclusion and the importance of respecting and valuing diversity in our societies.