The World March for Peace & Nonviolence is the concerted effort of 100 countries and 7 continents who yearn for peace and call for the eradication of nuclear arms and an end to war and all forms of violence that continue to plague humanity.
The World March for Peace and Nonviolence has started -- Express yourself about Peace and Nonviolence and Nuclear Disarmament.
October 2 was the launching of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence.
Follow the World March as it travels throughout the World.
The World March will be coming to the United States at the end of November 30-December 2nd. If you would like to participate in local events, start your own initiative, and join us in New York, Washington, DC or your local state, contact Hope Jolles at WorldMarchNY@verizon.net.
The World March Comes to the US! Nov 30th – Dec 3rd The international World March Team arrives in the United States on Monday, November 30 — 35 countries, 4 continents and 60 days after setting out from New Zealand. Now it's our turn to express ourselves and take a stand: for the abolition of nuclear weapons, for an end to war as a means of resolving conflict, and for a new global consciousness based on nonviolence & the rejection of all forms of violence.
November 30th: NYC Join the World Marchers for Peace and Nonviolence on their first day in North America.
1 PM: March Over the Brooklyn Bridge 3 PM: Press Conference/City Proclamation at City Hall 7 PM: “Beyond Violence”: Performance & Celebration at Riverside Church
December 2: “World March USA Day” Join the Marchers in one of the cities listed below or at one of the events being organized around the country in support:
Washington DC 2 PM: Event on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial honoring Dr. King at the site of his “I Have A Dream” speech. READ MORE
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San Francisco/Bay Area: 12 PM: March to downtown San Rafael 1 PM: “Cable Car” tour including stops/visits to: Golden Gate Bridge; UN Plaza; News Media outlets; Gandhi Statue; MLK memorial at Yerba Buena and City Hall. 6 PM: Reception and Celebration at the Unitarian Church, San Francisco See Highlights here from the March.
Interfaith Blessing from the Launching of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, NYC A must see video! Parts 1, 2, 3 of World March International team and Silo Thinker and Founder of Universal Humanism -- Invited to speak at the Berlin Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates -- very clear comprehension of Nonviolence and Peace.
Videos -- Streaming Video Pages of the Base Team where you can see daily videos of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. http://www.theworldmarch.org/index.php?secc=BTeamhttp://www.theworldmarch.org/index.php?secc=BTeam&vd_id=610THE MARCH IN ACTION The World March for Peace and Nonviolence is inspiring various initiatives and activities. One will be the symbolic march of an international and intercultural team whose journey will pass through six continents. It will start on October 2, 2009 -- the International Day of Nonviolence -- in Wellington, New Zealand, and will culminate on January 2, 2010 at the foot of Mount Aconcagua in Punta de Vacas, Argentina. During this time, in hundreds of cities around the world, there will be marches, festivals, forums, conferences, and other events to create consciousness of the urgent need for Peace and Nonviolence. The development of these initiatives is open to any person, organization, school, collective, group, political party, business, etc., that shares the same aspirations and endorses the March’s proposals. The World March is a call to all people to unite and take responsibility for changing the world, to overcome personal violence, and to work together for peace in their immediate environments and as far as their influence may reach. Rafa on New York 1 on his visit to New York (Spanish Interview) http://www.ny1noticias.com/Default.aspx?ArID=98973
"Why should there be hunger and deprivation in any land, in any city, at any table, when man has the resources and the scientific know-how to provide all mankind with the basic necessities of life?" ~Martin Luther King, Jr.