Interview with Cori Hash, April 18, 2006
Part of Peace Corps Oral History Project
- Interview with Cori Hash, April 18, 2006
- Cori Hash; interviewee. Jack A. Wilson; interviewer.
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- Cori Hash (Zimbabwe, 1999-2000; Education Program) describes the frustrations of the Peace Corps application process, training in Zimbabwe, and her work as a community education resource volunteer in a new program. She gives an account of her experience in Zimbabwe during the election and being told to stay in the capital Harare until political unrest calmed. Hash discusses volunteers being sent home until after the election, and her decision to go to law school rather than return. She also talks about coming to Kentucky in 2004 to work at the Maxwell Street Legal Clinic with immigration cases.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Hash, Cori -- Interviews., Zimbabwe., Peace Corps (U.S.)--Zimbabwe., Peace Corps (U.S.)--History--1990-1999., Education
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