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Ron Silver

March 8, 2010 by Post Team 

Ron SilverRon Silver:A great American political activist who wanted to introduce many reforms in the policy so that policy is clear and free of all impurities, died on 15 March 2009. Ron Silver, a famous American personality, who won a name in Hollywood, playing the role of producer, director and actor, born 2 July 1946. He also worked as a radio announcer giving speeches about injustice in society, so that the public is aware of their rights and how to use them. It was not intended to cross the boundary beyond age 62. He suffered from esophageal cancer that killed him.

Ron Silver was a man of strength and words. There was little noticeable quality of fluency in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, Standard Chinese. He also offered himself as a teacher of how to share knowledge and what is the best method of education needed in society. He was very concerned and worried about the status of children is why he joined the Social Justice Department, which undertakes the responsibility of child development and child abuse. Here, we have worked for adoptions, foster care, public housing, nutrition supplement program for adult and protective services.

Ron Silver also traveled around the world for different purposes. It is expected that throughout his life, was more than 30 countries. His mission was not to do something special, regardless of their profession, and 1989, was co-founder of the Coalition for Creative’s defense policy and the entertainment industry. The organization was formed by social activists and active members of the American entertainment industry.

He would not leave anything good for society and people around the world, but the journey of death of Ron Silver left to go very far.

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