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  2. More than 300 troublemakers gathered to celebrate the transformative work of the Shriver Center at our Homecoming Gala: Justice Reimagined. Q&A with Women’s Rights Leader Wendy Pollack Wendy Pollack, the director of the Shriver Center’s Women’s Law and Policy Initiative began her career working as a union carpenter.

  3. Maria Shriver - Biography - IMDb

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    Maria Shriver was born on November 6, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is a producer and actress, known for Last Action Hero (1993), Still Alice (2014) and The Alzheimer's Project (2009). She was previously married to Arnold Schwarzenegger .

  4. Maria Shriver – Wikipedia

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    Maria Owings Shriver (* 6. November 1955 in Chicago, Illinois) ist eine US-amerikanische Journalistin und Autorin.. Leben. Shriver ist die Tochter von Eunice Kennedy und Sargent Shriver, Botschafter der USA in Frankreich von 1968 bis 1970 und Vizepräsidentschaftskandidat der Demokraten im Jahr 1972, und eine Nichte des ermordeten US-Präsidenten John F. Kennedy sowie von dessen Brüdern ...

  5. Job Corps - Wikipedia

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    Sargent Shriver, the first Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, modeled the program on the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Established in the 1930s as an emergency relief program, the CCC provided room, board, and employment to thousands of unemployed young people.

  6. Kennedy (Familie) – Wikipedia

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    Christopher Sargent Shriver Schwarzenegger (* 1997) Timothy Shriver (* 1959), Vater von Sophia Rose Shriver (* 1987) Timothy Perry Shriver jr. (* 1988) Samuel Kennedy Potter Shriver (* 1992) Kathleen Potter Shriver (* 1994) Caroline Shriver (* 1997) Mark Kennedy Shriver (* 1964), Vater von Mary Elizabeth Shriver (* 1998) Thomas Kennedy Shriver ...

  7. The Kennedy Family | JFK Library

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    Learn about John F. Kennedy's family, including his parents, Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, and his eight brothers and sisters, and their spouses.

  8. History - Peace Corps

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    Director R. Sargent Shriver Past directors. Starting with President Kennedy's appointee, R. Sargent Shriver in 1961, there have been a total of 20 congressionally approved leaders of the Peace Corps. View full list of past directors.

  9. Kathleen Kennedy | JFK Library

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    Kathleen “Kick” Kennedy was born on February 20, 1920 in Brookline, Massachusetts, the second daughter and fourth child of Joseph and Rose Kennedy. She moved with her family to Bronxville, New York in 1927 and attended the private Riverdale Country School.

  10. Ghana - Ghana - Peace Corps

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    Volunteers in Ghana work with their communities on projects in agriculture, education, and health. During their service in Ghana, Volunteers learn to speak local languages, including Dagaari, Dagbani, Ewe, Ghanaian Sign Language, Mampruli, Gurune, and Twi.

  11. Economic Opportunity Act | History & Programs | Britannica

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    Economic Opportunity Act (EOA), federal legislation establishing a variety of social programs aimed at facilitating education, health, employment, and general welfare for impoverished Americans. It was signed into law in August 1964 by U.S. Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson as one of the landmarks of his War on Poverty and Great Society domestic programs. In his State of the Union address in January ...