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Triangle Foundation Dinner Sept. 18

By |2005-09-01T09:00:00-04:00September 1st, 2005|Uncategorized|

DEARBORN – The eleventh annual Triangle Foundation Dinner will take place at the Ford Conference and Event Center on Sept. 18.
This year’s keynote speaker is Mary Frances Berry, a persistent advocate for equal rights for over thirty years. In her public service, and as a scholar and activist, she has stood firmly for an end to discrimination based on gender, race and sex. She was a long-serving member of the U.S. Commission on Human Rights, including as Chairperson, until her removal by George W. Bush early in 2005. Dr. Berry is also a strong advocate for the position that sexual freedom is a fundamental human right. She holds the Geraldine R. Segal Chair of American Social Thought, History and Law at the University of Pennsylvania.
The dinner will begin at 5 p.m. at the Ford Conference and Event Center, 1151 Village Road in Dearborn. For more information or to purchase tickets visit http://www.tri.org or call 313-537-3323.

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