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Peter Gabriel, Peacekeeper

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Peter GabrielI’m not the biggest fan of Peter Gabriel and his music, and really only like “In Your Eyes” thanks to Say Anything. But I’m going to give him some happy pats on the back anyway because of the good deeds he performs. He’s done some work promoting Amnesty International via the Human Rights Now! Tour in 1988, which was a series of benefit concerts held over several weeks in different parts of the world. His work in promoting peace and human rights was also recognized by the Gorbachev foundation just yesterday.He’s also been active in causes and campaigns recently and supports The Food Chain, a group which helps people afflicted with HIV obtain proper nutrition. He currently has a DVD auctioned on eBay and the proceeds will go directly to help The Food Chain. Other celebrities are auctioning off some memorabilia as well, like Gillian Anderson, Dame Judi Dench and Sir David Attenborough.

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