Roman, Michael (2000-2002): Oral history interview
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Michael (Mike) Roman served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kiribati from November 2000 to June 2002 in an education program. Stationed on the island of Tamana, he spent his time teaching students that were having difficulty in learning English. In addition, he also organized after-school activities that allowed the youth of his village, Bakaka, to get involved in running and table tennis. Roman discusses his living situation and life in Kiribati. After the Peace Corps, he completed his Ph.D. and now partners with international organizations to raise global consciousness of climate change. Interviewed and recorded by Edwin Blanton, June 21, 2019. 1 digital audio file.
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21 June 2019
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