Gandhi, Chavez, King and Trudeau


 

Members the Gen II Historic Global Peace Initiative held their second formal meeting in Toronto. The group is made up of activists who are the children or grandchildren of peacemakers and human rights leaders. They were welcomed by Immigration Minister Jason Kenney on behalf of the government of Canada. (Left to right) Christine Chavez-Delgado, granddaughter of labour icon César Chávez, Montreal MP Justin Trudeau, Martin Luther King III, the son of Martin Luther King Jr. and Jason Kenney.

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Tushar Gandhi, great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.

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Kenney and Gandhi

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Trudeau and Gandhi.

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Kenney and Martin Luther King III.

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Trudeau and Chavez-Delgado.

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Gandhi, Chavez, King and Trudeau

  1. I'd say Justin Trudeau is looking more and more like his father with each passing week. Perhaps a Trudeau needs aging to gain mojo. He's still 12 years younger than Pierre Trudeau was during Trudeaumania.

  2. I'd say Justin Trudeau is looking more and more like his father with each passing week. Perhaps a Trudeau needs aging to gain mojo. He's still 12 years younger than Pierre Trudeau was during Trudeaumania.

    MLK III also looks a lot like his father, it's a bit eerie.

  3. No Ben Mulroney, Catherine Clark??

  4. Yes! More Trudeau pictures! Thank you sooooooooo much. And one labelled Trudeau and Gandhi to boot.

    I keep looking for a picture of Trudeau with Scott Baio.

    • Nope, you've got to go with Mulroney Jr to get that kind of pluff.

  5. Mahatma was much better-dressed.

  6. What's the name of the bartender?

    • And why is he a priest?

  7. Something ate my reply to Dot, so I'll try it as a standalone comment:

    The name of the bartender? Neville Chamberlain's great grandson.

    • "Scotch in our time."

  8. e-ron doesn't understand. Apparently the Macleans shareholders have demanded that the poor photogs blanket every single issue of the magazine with fawning pics of a certain irrelevant backbencher with no public or private accomplishment to his name.

  9. does being friends with Castro make one a "human rights leader"? mad respect to Justin for his styles and slim build though, even when compared to gutlords Gandhi and Kenney. JT's got a nice tie, trendily skinny and worn at the proper length, similar to the sense of that other JT, justin timberlake. He definitely inherited the old man's fantastic style and body language – check the thumbs out gunslinger pose too.

  10. that gandhi guy's outfit just pains me. just because you're a lefty cultural human rights type doesn't mean you should embrace being a slob. look at rockin' JT and MLK Jr Jr's CEO look. Besides, Gandhi was a style icon even when he was renouncing worldly things.