In Honor of Rodney Gilsen Kennedy-Minott ; The Hon. Sam Farr of California in the House of Representatives
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Mr. FARR. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Rodney Gilsen Kennedy-Minott, who passed away December 15th at the age of 76. Rodney's lifelong dedication to academia, activism and public service will forever remind us of the importance of courage and dedication, even in trying times.
In 1993, Rodney was selected by the US Navy to implement an interdisciplinary curriculum to educate naval officers at the Naval Postgraduate School about environmental issues. Rodney also developed a program to train naval officers to be diplomatic staff at US embassies.
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