Robert Sargent Shriver, Director of Peace Corps in New York, United States. Shriver delivers a speech about the activities of Peace Corps volunteers, men and women seated in the background. He says that Peace Corps volunteers are treated equally all over the world irrespective of their religion. He narrates an incident about a Roman Catholic volunteer living in a Protestant Church. He also quotes from an article published in an Indian newspaper, Times of India and how the assumptions made in the article have been proved wrong by the Peace Corps volunteers. He gives examples of how Peace Corps volunteers live in difficult conditions. Some of them teach in Latin American University whereas other live at a slum in Rio De Janeiro.
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