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"Remember Them will become as iconic as the Golden Gate Bridge."
-Ken McNeely, President, AT&T California.

 

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1.02.2010 – The San Francisco Chronicle: Oakland to honor 25 leaders in huge sculpture


9.9.2009 – The Globe: 'Remember Them' project inches closer to being a reality


3.19.2009 Comcast Newsmaker: Mario Chiodo - on YouTube


2.25.2009 Dave Newhouse: A Unique Sculpture for Oakland
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12.13.2007 - The Next Mount Rushmore? - Danville artist creating a sculpture monument of human rights leaders
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5.2.2007 - Oakland Magazine article by: Wanda Henning, features Mario Chiodo and the Remember Them - Champions for Humanity Monument in May Issue
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1.31.2007 - Julie Rodgriguez, Granddaughter Of Cesar Chavez, Visits CAD Studio; Rotary Club Of Oakland Announces Their 2008 Centennial Celebration; Ron Dellums Inauguration Ceremony Spotlights RT Monument
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12.7.2006 - Ruby Bridges visits Cad Studios; Maya Angelou comes for a film taping session and visit; Joyce Taylor joins the Steering Committee as Executive In Residence
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12.7.2006 - St. Martin De Porres school students visit Cad Studios; Dr. Ruth Love and Dr. Kim Chernin join the Education Committee
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12.1.2006 - Face Castings Enable Visually Impaired Visitors to Experience Remember Them: Champions for Humanity Monument; Congresswoman Barbara Lee Pledges Her Support of Remember Them Project.
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11.27.2006 - Oakland City Council approves REMEMBER THEM PROJECT; Martin L. King, 3rd, comes to Oakland; Chiodo Art Development (CAD) staff meet with Shirin Ebadi
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8.1.2006 - 25th Humanitarian added to REMEMBER THEM: CHAMPIONS FOR HUMANITY; first full size figure unveiled
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7.27.2006 - REMEMBER THEM: CHAMPIONS FOR HUMANITY project is met with enthusiastic support from Nobel Prize winners Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Shirin Ebadi and poet laureate Dr. Maya Angelou
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4.13.2006 - Oakland Chamber of Commerce and Chiodo Art Development announces the addition of a 24th figure to the "Remember Them" Champions for Humanity monument
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