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Featured Events

Beyond Borders
Mar 3 Storytelling Workshop


We all have stories to tell. That’s the Third Goal of Peace Corps, to share with people back home the experiences from our service overseas.  Beyond Borders Storytelling is hosting a storytelling workshop to help people turn those experiences into engaging stories.  The workshop is open to anyone who has a story with an international twist,  not just Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.

This workshop is perfect for those wanting to go that next step and perform before a live audience at the Story Jam in April.
Workshop is FREE to all. Pizza will be provided.  Details and RSVP Info Here>>

June 5-6, Peace Corps Connect
Registration is Open!


The National Peace Corps Association and the Northern California Peace Corps Association are pleased to announce that Peace Corps Connect will take place in Berkeley, Calif. on June 5-6, 2015. We look forward to a weekend of engaging speakers, dynamic workshops and opportunities for participants to network and share their Peace Corps stories! Details>>

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Potluck & Movie Tasuma

6/18/13 Tue (6:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
Jayma and Allan's house
525 32nd Street, Richmond
Contact:Jayma Brown (jaymaghana@earthlink.net)


Join Jayma and Allan at their home in Richmond for a potluck and a movie. Everyone is welcome to either or to both. The potluck will start at 6pm and the movie around 7pm. The movie is Tasuma - The Fighter. It is "a comedy set in Burkina Faso, The Fighter tells the story of Sogo Sanou aka Tasuma, a former French soldier who was a member of the Africantroops known as the Tiralieurs Senegalais, who fought hard in France in its various wars. Sanou has been trying for over 50 years to obtain his well deserved military pension. Convinced that he will be paid shortly, Sogo buys a mill on credit for the village. But the money does not arrive. When Sogo is put in prison because he cannot reimburse the loan, the women of the village rally to set him free.”