STAR ALLIANCE Luncheon Invite: 2012 November 3 with International Attorney-Author & Rights Specialist Ann Fagan Ginger

STAR ALLIANCE Luncheon Invite: 2012 November 3 with International Attorney-Author & Rights Specialist Ann Fagan Ginger
Peter DuMont - Thu Nov 01, 2012 @ 02:11PM
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Greetings "Stars" 

Our next STAR ALLIANCE — FOUNDATION FOR ALL monthly luncheon event in Berkeley will occur the first Saturday of November: 2012 Nov. 3, starting comfortably at 1 PM.   It will be inexpensive buffet style at the gracious VICEROY INDIAN CUISINE, 21 Shattuck Square.   This is at the "Mid-West" corner of University Avenue and Shattuck Avenues (where Shattuck is briefly one-way), near campus at Berkeley, California 94704.  
 
In the spirit of THANKSGIVING, we will be calling to mind on November 3rd and at coming monthly luncheons a number of local-to-global heroes who have been contributing their legacies of attention, creativity, and service to a better world.  This month we acknowledge Ms. Ann Fagan Ginger, a brilliant Berkeley attorney-activist-author who is founder of the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute and author of a landmark book that she gifted recently to STAR ALLIANCE entitled: Nuclear Weapons Are Illegal.  Ms. Fagan's pioneering work will be discussed and appreciated in her presence.
 
You'll also hear about an exciting concept to create a miniature, cooperative 
"Ring of All Nations" project in Berkeley, as a special peace academy for STAR ALLIANCE and a base for the future, spectacular floating "Ring of All Nations" on San Francisco Bay!  A great planning and test-activity center for the larger project will be the beautiful, historic Berkeley Main Post Office Building which is coming up for sale and re-use soon, so this is the perfect time to start envisioning together in earnest.  
 
You'll also hear about my extremely encouraging trip to the Google Global Headquarters at Mountain View for their special "ThinkPerformance"event recently.  Thank You Very Much, Google!  What a boost!  
 
R.S.V.P. for best planning at the Viceroy, November 3rd, Sat, 1 PM in Berkeley — but in any case, 
don't stay away!
 
Best regards,
 
Peter DuMont
 
 
*From TimeandDate.com: "On October 24, 1945, the United Nations (UN) came into force when the five permanent members of the security council ratified the charter that had been drawn up earlier that year. These members were: France, the Republic of China, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States.  Since 1948, the event's anniversary has been known as United Nations Day. It is an occasion to highlight, celebrate and reflect on the work of the United Nations and its family of specialized agencies."
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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