The Peace Corps Brazil site will be
deactivated on July 15, 2015.
Thanks to a tip from John Reeder, the site
will be archived at the American University.
When archived, which will be before it
is deactivated here,
you will be able to
Click Here to go to their search box.
When we have the exact URL (address) of
where the site is located at Am Univ archives department,
it will be posted here.
Alta, Utah July 69
Harvey Goldman (BA 65-67)
Bad Accounts by Kate
"Top notch accountant Pia might have
suspected her bosses of cooking the books, but when
you’re fifty-two and jobs are scarce, it’s easy to look
the other way. Or it is until you find out that your
employers might be managing the finances of a drug
cartel, right there in your hometown. Stealing a few
files to implicate her bosses seemed like a good idea…
until Pia finds a gun in her front yard, apparently
dropped by an inept hitman.
Maybe she should have listened to Brad
and quit her job instead of absconding with the
incriminating documents. But it’s too late for regrets
now, and she’s a marked woman. Luckily for Pia, Brad
puts his surfing on hold long enough to help get her out
of town and down to Ocean Beach. Unfortunately, that
might not be enough. Crossing the border into Mexico may
be the only answer.
From Monterey, California all the way to
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, aging gangsters, bungling
rent-a-cops, and an out-of-his-element hit man, thwart
Pia’s every move. But with the help of a few surfers and
their friends, she’s determined to not only stay alive,
but to see the drug cartel shut down once and for all. "
Feb 20, 2015
19 Jan 15
Film interviews of RPCVs
from NE Brazil for Brazilian documentary,
Sat. March 7,
in Arlington, VA
Fernando Weller a Recife university film professor will
be coming to Washington DC to interview returned PCVs
from Brazil for his documentary on the history of Peace
Corps in Brazil the first week of March. He would like
to record volunteers on film and bringing a cameraman as
well. The documentary will include stories from
Pernambuco and other NE states.
We are offering our house in Arlington, Virginia (just
outside Washington, D. C.) for this interviewing and a
feijoada and get together on Saturday, March 7,
afternoon and evening. Bring copies of photos or other
document you want to share that he could use in this
For more information, email John Reeder
Additional information can be
During the time of Nixon and Kennedy, United States’
reach was slowly inching around the globe as more and more initiatives
to help out other countries were put into action by the government. One
of these was the Peace Corp who sent volunteers all around the globe.
Two of those who were fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to
help were the Randles. David and Inga Randle were assigned in Brazil,
and there they found a family. In Rio Branco, the Randles found a family
in Aristedes, Maria, and their son, Neguinho.
As the years passed, the relationship between both families was tested
by time and distance. Years were spent apart, but fate brought them
together again and again to be a blessing to each other.
Join the Randles as they explore the culture and jungles of Brazil,
learn its customs, get to know its people, and discover the heart of a
Staff Mato Grosso and
PCV Mato Grosso
Douglas G. Bucher
Training Group - Belo
Horizonte, MG - Nov 71
This project groups although designated Brazil II
(1962-1964) was actually the first group recruited and trained by the Peace
Corps for Brazil. The group designated Brazil I was a 4-H group recruited
and trained by the 4-H and adopted by the Peace Corps for a quick launch of
the Peace Corps. For more information please contact:
4311B Clemson Circle
Eagan, MN, 55122
H. (651) 207.6275
C. (952) 334.4092
kenflies (at) comcast.net
information about 3 xPCVs who served in RN
Russell and Harriet Kay
Newsletter from their time in Mato Grosso.
A few photos taken in Brazil
Jan 31, 14
Especially for those volunteers who served in
Pernambuco. On March
1, 2014 Sussex Academic Press is publishing my
book entitled: "Rights
of Way to Brasília Teimosa: The Politics of Squatter Settlement."
Historically it covers the period of 1934-1984 and the
behind-the-scenes politics of the conflicts to establish control
of this prime site. A synopsis and sales information are
available on the