Based on more than one hundred oral history interviews, [this title] follows the the experiences of Kentuckians who chose to live and work in other countries around the world, fostering close, lasting relationships with the people they served. -- jacket.She had noticed the woodworking teacher drawing pictures of tools on the blackboard and the students drawing those pictures in their notebooks. aI remember looking at pictures about wearing safety goggles for electrical things and thinking, this doesna#39;t relate. So we got funding to buy ... 1999a2001) became involved in HIV/ AIDS education as a secondary project, as did many other volunteers in African countries by the late 1990s. aWe had a 194 VOICESanbsp;...
|Title||:||Voices from the Peace Corps|
|Author||:||Angene Hopkins Wilson, Jack Wilson|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 2011|