Tony Hall on My First Campaign

Tony Hall on My First Campaign

Three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Tony P. Hall is a leading advocate for hunger relief programs and improving human rights conditions in the world. In February 2002, president George W. Bush asked him to serve as the United States ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture. He retired from official diplomatic service in April 2006, and is currently serving as the director of the Alliance to End Hunger. Prior to his diplomatic service, Ambassador Hall represented the Third District of Ohio in the U.S. Congress for almost 24 years.

Tony Hall on That One Thing

Tony Hall on That One Thing

Three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Tony P. Hall is a leading advocate for hunger relief programs and improving human rights conditions in the world. In February 2002, president George W. Bush asked him to serve as the United States ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture. He retired from official diplomatic service in April 2006, and is currently serving as the director of the Alliance to End Hunger. Prior to his diplomatic service, Ambassador Hall represented the Third District of Ohio in the U.S. Congress for almost 24 years.

Tony Hall on the Famine in Ethiopia

Tony Hall on the Famine in Ethiopia

Three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Tony P. Hall is a leading advocate for hunger relief programs and improving human rights conditions in the world. In February 2002, president George W. Bush asked him to serve as the United States ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture. He retired from official diplomatic service in April 2006, and is currently serving as the director of the Alliance to End Hunger. Prior to his diplomatic service, Ambassador Hall represented the Third District of Ohio in the U.S. Congress for almost 24 years.

Dr. Jonathan Webber on the Holocaust

Dr. Jonathan Webber on the Holocaust

In 1993, British social anthropologist Dr. Jonathan Webber began a collaboration with the photographer Chris Schwarz which became known as “Traces of Memory.” They documented existing traces of pre-World War II Jewish life in Poland, and the resulting photographs and …

Dr. Jonathan Webber on What Do You Do After Genocide?

Dr. Jonathan Webber on What Do You Do After Genocide?

In 1993, British social anthropologist Dr. Jonathan Webber began a collaboration with the photographer Chris Schwarz which became known as “Traces of Memory.” They documented existing traces of pre-World War II Jewish life in Poland, and the resulting photographs and …

William Least Heat-Moon on the Editor on Your Shoulder

William Least Heat-Moon on the Editor on Your Shoulder

William Least Heat-Moon, of English, Irish and Osage ancestry, is one of America’s masters of travel writing. His three best selling books explore the “blue highways” of America, those little traveled county roads that lead to unexpected adventure and insight …

William Least Heat-Moon on Survival

William Least Heat-Moon on Survival

William Least Heat-Moon, of English, Irish and Osage ancestry, is one of America’s masters of travel writing. His three best selling books explore the “blue highways” of America, those little traveled county roads that lead to unexpected adventure and insight …

Father Greg Boyle On Frank’s Angriest Moments

Father Greg Boyle On Frank’s Angriest Moments

Father Greg Boyle has been an advocate for at-risk and gang-involved youth in Los Angeles for over 25 years. In 1992, he founded Homeboy Bakery, with a mission to create an environment that provided training, work experience, and above all, …