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August 7, 1992
The Gleitsman Foundation is accepting nominations for the Sakharov Award, a newly established $100,000 honor to be presented biennially, starting in the spring of 1993. Named for the late Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov, the award will recognize an individual living outside the United States who has been a catalyst for social change in the world community.
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August 7, 1992
The Gleitsman Foundation is accepting nominations for the Sakharov Award, a newly established $100,000 honor to be presented biennially, starting in the spring of 1993. Named for the late Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov, the award will recognize an individual living outside the United States who has been a catalyst for social change in the world community.
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May 25, 1992 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
Malibu philanthropist Alan Gleitsman is going international with his awards that recognize those who initiate positive social change. Last week in Washington, Gleitsman announced establishment of the Sakharov Award, honoring the late Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov "whose courage . . . and conviction continue to inspire millions worldwide." A $100,000 prize will be given biannually, alternating with the Gleitsman Awards, to a non-American who has fought for justice and equality.
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May 25, 1992 | BEVERLY BEYETTE
Malibu philanthropist Alan Gleitsman is going international with his awards that recognize those who initiate positive social change. Last week in Washington, Gleitsman announced establishment of the Sakharov Award, honoring the late Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov "whose courage . . . and conviction continue to inspire millions worldwide." A $100,000 prize will be given biannually, alternating with the Gleitsman Awards, to a non-American who has fought for justice and equality.
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