COYA COME HOME!
The Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights–US Foundation cordially invites you to attend a reception and book signing celebrating the publication of the book COYA COME HOME!
Eric Schwartz, Dean, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Ambassador Tom Lofthus, Chairman of the Oslo Center US foundation
Author Gretchen Urnes Beito and Publisher Kathryn Leigh Scott
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21st
UMN Humphrey School of Public Affairs
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Atrium and Humphrey Forum Room
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The Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights will apply all proceeds from the sale of the book Coya Come Home: A Congresswoman’s Journey to their Youth Leadership fund, specifically in support of women entering the field of public policy.
COYA has come home again in this intimate biography of Congresswoman Coya Knutson, the Minnesota farmwife who took Washington by storm. The book has been published to celebrate her 100th birthday on August 22, 2012.Vice-President Walter F. Mondale has written the Foreword to this true story of the “Coya Come Home” newspaper headlines that jolted the world. In this updated edition, author Gretchen Urnes Beito reveals for the first time the identity of the mastermind behind the infamous “Coya Come Home” letters.