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  • Christy Sayavong

    President carter promoting peace and human rights through the nonprofit ways, was the right way.

  • Cathy Kobs

    Jimmy Carter - 39th President of the United States, humanitarian

  • Diane Cameron-Penix

    Jimmy Carter: As president of the United States, Jimmy Carter was deeply committed to social justice and basic human rights. He and his wife Rosalynn left the White House in search of meaningful ways to contribute in these areas. In addition to promoting peace and human rights through the nonprofit Carter Center in Atlanta, they lead the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project for Habitat for Humanity International one week each year

  • Susan .

    Jimmy Carter. He has brought much light to the world in his post presidency years!

  • Barb Burks

    Jimmy Carter Habitat for Humanity has benefited greatly from his work.

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