The American students on an exchange trip to Africa as John Kennedy outlines the peace corps program in Washington D.C.
Washington DC USA Date:1961, March 13 Duration:4 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
The U.S. president John Fitzgerald Kennedy outlines the peace corps program in Washington D.C., United States. The American students construct houses in Africa during an exchange program. A student puts cement on wall under construction using a shovel. Students stand on a bamboo scaffold and other work with shovels. Students pass bricks. A student washes his face. The students lined up for food. They sit and eat food using mess kit. Exteriors of the White House. The president John Fitzgerald Kennedy in the White house outlines the peace corps program. He speaks that the American peace corps will go abroad to work with the citizens of the newly developed countries. The peace corps will work in three major sectors : teaching,agriculture and health. The aim of the peace corps is to make a peaceful world.
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