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Making Peace with the World

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  • rsitler@richard-sitler.com
    ORDER _MAKING PEACE WITH THE WORLD_, A COMMEMORATIVE BOOK CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF PEACE CORPS, AT _OTHER PLACES PUBLISHING_: A PORTION OF PUBLISHER
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      Order Making Peace with the World, a commemorative book celebrating the 50th anniversary of Peace Corps, at Other Places Publishinghttp://www.otherplacespublishing.com/mpwtw.html

      A portion of publisher proceeds from this title will go to Peace Corps projects around the globe.

      (Ideas: Order a copy of the book for yourself, order a copy as a gift for family and friends, order a copy for a person who might be interested in becoming a Peace Corps Volunteer, order a copy to donate to your local library, high school library or college library).

       Please see image below:

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       In June 2009, Richard Sitler embarked on an epic journey to document Peace Corps Volunteers serving communities around the world. Over the next two years, Richard would find himself traversing the planet while staying with Peace Corps Volunteers, experiencing their communities and work sites, and documenting what it’s like to be a Volunteer in the modern Peace Corps.

      Richard discovered that the values President Kennedy had imagined for the Peace Corps in his famous 1960 speech at the University of Michigan continue to be evident in the organization today. However, the Volunteer has evolved over the years.

       Volunteers today are no longer required to conform to the stereotypical image of young idealists giving up their comfortable lives to live in a grass hut. Rather, Richard discovers Volunteers are using modern technology, such as laptops and cell phones, to not only enrich their experience, but to impact their community as well. He sees how retired professionals bring years of experience and knowledge to their organizations. And how, as it always has been, Volunteers are changing lives while being forever changed themselves.

       This is the story of Peace Corps and its Volunteers, fifty years after conception Please click "like" on the facebook page and share it on yours.

       http://www.facebook.com/pages/Making-Peace-with-the-World/345091284182?ref=ts 

      Help the author recover his costs by donating to his campaign on:

      The Pointhttp://www.thepoint.com/campaigns/making-peace-with-the-world

       

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