WorldView | Winter 2021 – Reengaging with the World
The Peace Corps community can and will play a pivotal role. Here are ideas for how to do it right. And reports from the front lines of the pandemic.
Peace Corps Connect to the Future
A Community Report on How to Reimagine, Reshape, and Retool the Peace Corps for a Changed World
Unprecedented Times Call for an Unparalleled Response
The question right now for both the United States and the Peace Corps agency isn’t whether to engage the world after coronavirus. We must. The question now is how to do it. This report shows the way, with actionable recommendations for Congress, the Executive Branch and the agency, and the Peace Corps community.
Profiles in Courage and Grace - First Black captain of the U.S. Olympic team. First African American to lead the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice.
First Black captain of the U.S. Olympic team. Greatest athlete in the world. And a humanitarian who was at the side of those in need in the most dire moments. Rafer Johnson carried the American flag at the 1960 Olympic Games and won the decathlon. He was esteemed the greatest athlete in the world. In […]
First African American to lead the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice — and the first Black man to lead any division at Justice, period. Photo Courtesy Yale Law School Drew S. Days III was appointed to the Department of Justince in 1977 under President Jimmy Carter. He later served as solicitor general […]