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Public memorial Nov. 23 for frmr CA Green Party Guv candidate Peter Camejo 11/23/08

Public Memorial for Peter Camejo, former Green Party gubernatorial candidate, activist, planned for Sunday, Nov. 23
Berkeley, CA  A public memorial celebrating the life of former gubernatorial, presidential and vice-presidential candidate Peter Camejo will be held SUNDAY, Nov. 23, at 2 p.m. at the International House on the University of California at Berkeley campus (2299 Piedmont Ave), according to an announcement by family and friends.

Mr. Camejo died Sept. 13 at home in Folsom, CA after a lengthy fight with cancer.

Speakers at the Public Memorial at UCB  which, ironically, expelled Mr. Camejo for his activities as a student opposing the war in Vietnam in the 60’s  will include those who worked with him as a student leader during that era.

Other speakers include those Mr. Camejo worked with as a leader in the socially responsible investment industry; as the Green Party gubernatorial candidate in the 2003 Recall Election, and Green party gubernatorial runs in 2002 and 2006; as Ralph Nader’s vice-presidential candidate in 2004; and as an environmentalist and a civil rights activist. He also ran for President with the Socialist Workers Party.

Ralph Nader  who will speak at the Memorial  has remembered Mr. Camejo as “a civil rights leader, socially responsible investment pioneer, and magnanimo caballero’ for third party politics in the U.S.” He said Mr. Camejo “used his eloquence, sharp wit, and barnstorming bravado to blaze a trail for 21st century third party politics in the US.”

Organizers said that “Everyone who has met Peter, talked with Peter, worked with Peter, argued with Peter, or heard of him are invited to join friends and family in celebrating his life.”

One Response

  1. Peter Camejo was a great pioneer in many ways. One of the things I share with him was his interest in ethical investing.

    I got interested in ethical investing some forty years ago as I believed that when we invest in a company we share in the responsibility for the activities of the company as well as participate in the outcomes of the company’s activities. Therefore anyone valuing their personal or spiritual growth has to take these things into account when investing.

    I also believe that if everyone does invest according to their personal values, then, since so many of core values are alike — and are supportive of higher ideals — that in the long run, only companies employing these higher values will truly prosper.

    For anyone interested I have a site that covers the latest global news and research on ethical investing. It’s at http://www.investingforthesoul.com

    Best wishes, Ron Robins

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