Place: Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. Date: 1993
Credit: Rick Diamond/The Carter Center
Jimmy Carter has done more for Human Rights after
leaving the office of President than any other in our History.
This man dedicated to peace, is respected around the World
for his devotion to the Humanities and was awarded the
Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for a lifetime of work.
Jimmy and wife Rosalynn spend one week a year
helping to build Houses with Habitat for Humanity.
Carter still travels the World in the pursuit of Peace
and recently ran into a wall in Darfur where he was
not particularly welcomed with open arms.
When he isn’t working at his Humanitarian focused Carter Center,
writing another book, 22 so far, or visiting a Country
seeking his advice on Peace, Jimmy and Rosalynn
can be found at their home in Plains, Georgia
enjoying some rare quiet time together.