Peace Corps Experiences Reflected in Photos Exhibit
Since 1961, hundreds of thousands of young Americans have been sent around the world as Peace Corps volunteers: teachers, community organizers… and friends. More than two dozen of those images are now on display at Round Hill Arts Center, a non-profit art organization in Virginia.
Lisa and Leisi stroll to the church ruins. Built by Americans, the church was a daily reminder of the important adage of ‘development’ work. (Submitted by Lisa Zimmer-Chu)
Exhibit Poster: Little Girls in the Window tells a friendship story with two Panamanian young girls who became like family. (Submitted by Lisa Zimmer-Chu)
Preparing the day’s first meal (Submitted by George Bergeman)
Fish headed to the local market from one of the local dugout fishing boats. (Submitted by George Bergeman)