Lesotho RPCV Madeline Uraneck will talk about her book in Raleigh, NC

The official Peace Corps web site especially for RPCVs has now posted news of a RPCV Author appearing in Raleigh, NC.  RPCVs might want to check out this new webpage addition to the Peace Corps Office of the Third Goal at https://www.peacecorps.gov/returned-volunteers/
Here is the announcement
“Meet an RPCV Author
Hosted by North Carolina Peace Corps Association (NCPCA)
Disclaimer: This RPCV event is listed here for your information. This event is hosted or sponsored by an RPCV group or Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows partner. Even though these events support the Third Goal of the Peace Corps, they are not sponsored, funded, endorsed, or hosted by the Peace Corps.

When Lesotho RPCV Madeline Uraneck said hello to the Tibetan woman cleaning her office cubicle, she never imagined the moment would change her life. “How to Make a Life: A Tibetan Refugee Family and the Midwestern Woman They Adopted” shares the story of the Tibetan refugee family of Tenzin Kalsan making a life in Madison, Wisconsin, and the Midwestern woman they befriended. From tales of escaping Tibet over the Himalayas, to striking a balance between old traditions and new, to bridging divides one friendly gesture at a time, author Madeline Uraneck found more than she bargained for – a family who welcomed her as their own and taught her things she didn’t realize she needed to learn. Join Madeline and her friend Tenzin Kalsan for a conversation about the book and their story.”

https://www.peacecorps.gov/returned-volunteers/events/meet-an-rpcv-author/EVENT DETAILS

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