This Lou Walker Senior Center Writers Anthology No. 2 highlights experiences of 22 seniors over the time in history when civil rights marches were changing lives for African-Americans and others, women’s rights were finally getting recognized, and we put a man on the moon. The influence of the United States extended dramatically in the post-World War II era, and our seniors were there, in Guam during a typhoon, in Germany during tensions around the early 1970s Arab oil embargo, or on St. Thomas, U.S.V.I., where things were never the same after a submarine base went in. We invite you to dip into these stories, to find out how the world and individuals changed during these times. You’ll find many inspiring stories and even learn how to travel around the world as a nurse on in the military. There are tips on negotiating the later years with knowledge, grace, and laughter.