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31 march 2021

Samuel Zipp, director of the Urban Studies program at Brown University, writes at History News Network, “Three quarters of a century ago, during World War II, as the U.S.-led global order was taking shape, the 1940 Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie tried to warn his fellow citizens away from taking too narrow a prospect on the world at large. … Today, in a time of pandemic, on a warming planet riven by inequality, with ‘America First’-style nationalism exploding at home and abroad, Willkie’s expansive ‘one world’ vision is ripe for rediscovery.”

The World Resources Institute is seeking a Virtual Events & Communications intern for a three-month commitment.

Ann Frisch of the St. Paul Rotary’s Peace Fellow Integration Committee appeared on the FutureWAVE Films “People Powered Planet” podcast, hosted by Arthur Kanegis. The full 58-minute discussion is available below:

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