Kelly Knight Craft’s Menu for the UN Security Council: Bourbon, Basketball and Charity

Kelly Knight Craft, the US envoy to the UN, leads the Security Council in December. She said she wanted to restore “credibility” to the Council. MARK GARTEN/UN PHOTO
The Ralph Bunche community soup kitchen, above, was originally a segregated school, named after the African-American UN diplomat who was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 1950. It is located in Glasgow, Ky., Kelly Knight Craft’s childhood town.

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