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What are you doing to mark International Peace Day - Sept. 21?

Chime in and let your friends on DoPeace what you're doing in your neck of the woods to participate in International Peace Day tomorrow.

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Wow, that sounds Grea Rudy. I just finished reading "My Spiritual Journey" by the Dalai Lama. His 50 year campaign of peace and nonviolence for the Tibetan cause is an example of the struggle carried on by Dr King and the oppressed people he stood with, not against other people but for a just cause that benefits all. Thank you for your work and inspiration. Oebm Bendrah

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 Thank you, too! We must preserve the history of this great "Prince of Peace!" There is truth in his saying: "We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools!"  Let's De-Activate The Hate!!!  This is a workshop where I teach and educate children in my hometown, Detroit\, MI. , anger management & conflict resolution to encourage them to solve their conflicts peacefully, without violence! It is vital for us to teach peace for it is essential for growth & survival in the 21st century!!!

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I'm going to Plant trees as an activity on that day while asking others to do the same and to reflect on peace, True Global Peace while digging the hole and gifting Earth.

In collaboration with the Canadian Department of Peace Initiative (Victoria, B.C.) http://www.departmentofpeace.ca

A free event celebrating The United Nations International Day of Peace and Global Ceasefire at Victoria City Hall, along with millions globally.

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