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US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 3 of 5: She Built Ships in World War II (w/photos and CC)

US Citizenship Bootcamp Episode 3 of 5: She Built Ships in World War II  (w/photos and CC)

Hi this is Teacher Jennifer from US Citizenship Podcast. Today I’m here with my publisher and fellow writer Jeannie Slone. Jenny Slone is the publisher at ESLpublishing.com which just published my new book US Citizenship Bootcamp. And she’s also the author of She Built Ships in World War Two. Today we’re going to talk a …

How Scientists and Citizens Are Protecting Ancient Ruins in Peru | National Geographic

How Scientists and Citizens Are Protecting Ancient Ruins in Peru | National Geographic

(slow guitar music) In Peru it is very common that archaeological sites are surrounded by local communities, villages, towns, where people live usually in the most traditional ways. Pachacamac is a huge archaeological site south of Lima. Around it we have three million people living in shanty towns, in one of the poorest sectors of …