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Each One Feed One -
Pack A Barrel
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A global initiative to encourage support for charitable organizations to
come together and feed the hungry worldwide through our proposed
 campaign to garner support and unity in the non-profit sector.
Annual "Martin L. King, Jr., Holiday
Dinner Party & Sunday Brunch,"
serving a dinner party worldwide to the hungry in their cultural
 light. Eating side by side their way.
 "EACH ONE FEED ONE" -  "PACK A BARREL"
A GLOBAL COMMUNAL DINNER PARTY
TO ALL OF THE GLOBAL NYU COMMUNITIES,
FAMILIES AND FRIENDS AND WILLING PARTICIPANTS
 
RE: MARTIN L. KING, JR. HOLIDAY DINNER PARTY & SUNDAY
BRUNCH - 10,000 (STRONG) MULTICULTURAL ALUMNI OF NYU.
 
     If we are 10,000 Multicultural Alumni of NYU, then we are 10,000 strong.
Each New Year as an annual event on the Martin L. King, Jr.,
Holiday weekends from this first initiative date on January 16 & 17, 2010,
we can join together annually in our global destinations; make our education at
NYU mean, that someone other than ourselves and personal economic gain is fed.  We can network for the needs of our
global communities in need.
    Please join me on getting this done. We can from where ever we
are have this Martin L. King. Jr. Holiday "Dinner Party,"
 affair a global dinner party in every country that we live in or came from.  I would
like all of my dinner parties to be done this way.
      Let's encourage all of the (feed the hungry) global organizations combine and do this.
      Let's get a dinner party for these children of America, Africa, Asia
and Europe that we haven't seen much of and provide this dinner party
for them where they are.  We have had so much free food at NYU both
as students, employees and alumni, that if I were hungry I probably
could right now find a function that I could get a bite to eat.
     So, I know that the NYU community has a lot of big hearts there, that make sure we all can come together, break some bread and sip
a beverage. Let' s make the organization's name stand for so much more than a network of self-seekers, networking to feed off of each other's success only.  Because, we do need to do that also. Because, that's what it takes to keep our degrees meaningful and provide earning potential.
     So, let us not forget to communicate with each, and not to forget
the goodness of assembling ourselves. We need to network to help
each other so that our degrees can be a benefit to our global
families as well. That all the families of this earth are fed.    
      We don't need black ties for our guest and we don't need expensive halls. Let us feed them in their culture's light. If it is to sit
at a table or to sit on a flat ground let us lay their food for them as would enable us to seat them stretched across side by side each one feed one.
     The cost of the table will fit the cost of the extra food. Let them choose whether and how they sit and eat, let us trust that their culture doesn't have to match ours eye for eye.  Let them show us how they have a dinner party that's communal and focused on every member of the community breaking and sharing bread and drink.
Stay away the alcohol let them have some pure juice and each a
pure glass of water with their meal and bread.
     Yes we can "10,000 strong, each one feed one.," 10,000 Multicultural Alumni of NYU we can do this. We are the world at
NYU, in The United States of America, children of common ancestry
of global greatness. One Love, it's time.
©"1980 Africans Abroad," by Itha Alleyne
 
 
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