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Happy During World War II, soldiers & civilians of Hispanic descent were integral to the war effort at home & abroad. These soldiers fought on the battlefields of Europe & the Pacific, & worked to boost the morale on the homefront, as seen here
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The Carter Center goes where the need is greatest to work for peace, fight disease, and bring hope. We need your help!
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Here it is in the President's Diary: She campaigned for President Carter during the 1980 election campaign.
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Belgium in Atlanta Sep 19
Full house for screening of “Merci Congo” as part of ’s 21 Days for Peace program. Impacting documentary about DRC. Brief remarks by Belgium’s CG. Activist and “Maman Shujaa” founder Neema Namadamu in conversation with ’s Erin Crysler.
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Wonderful crowd tonight for the documentary Merci Congo about conflict minerals and umzn rights violations in th he Congo.
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David Ferriero Sep 18
Celebrating Constitution Day with 31 New Friends!
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Attend a free screening of "Merci Congo" tonight at 6:30 pm, followed by a conversation with Neema Namadamu, a humanitarian from DRC and founder of Maman Shujaa or “Hero Women." Register here:
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Coastal Solar Power Sep 19
Did you know that Jimmy Carter was the first president to put solar panels on the White House in 1979."It can be just a small part of one of the greatest and most exciting adventures ever undertaken by the American people," he said at the time.
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Join us next Monday at 7pm
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See the entire ⚡️ “ 40th anniversary ” by here!
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Jimmy Carter Library Sep 17
While there was still a lot of work to do, the Camp David Summit led to the signing of the “Treaty of Peace Between the Arab Republic of Egypt and the State of Israel,” 3/26/1979.
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A CBS News Poll on 9/19/78 found the public gave President Carter more of “the credit” for the successful conclusion of the summit than either Sadat or Begin. From
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Sadat, Carter, and Begin signed, “A Framework for Peace in the Middle East Agreed at Camp David” and a “Framework for the Conclusion of a Peace Treaty Between Egypt and Israel” at the White House, 9/17/78. Carter’s draft:
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Jimmy Carter Library Sep 17
Later on 9/17/78 it came together—or at least, it was a start. From l-r, front: Israeli Attorney General Aharon Barak, Begin, Sadat, Israeli Defense Minister (later President) Ezer Weizman.
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The morning of 9/17/78 Carter gave Begin pics of the 3 leaders for his grandkids. They talked “in an emotional way about grandchildren and war. This proved to be a turning point in Begin’s attitude toward reaching a peace agreement.” (𝘞𝘏 𝘋𝘪𝘢𝘳𝘺, 242)
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… and continued … (Brzezinski and Sec. of State Cyrus Vance, 9/17/78 ).
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