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Historic Gathering of 1,000+ Global Peace Activists in NYC

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Get a taste of what the mighty international movement for peace, nuclear abolition and justice is planning for building the movement and the path to a world free of nuclear weapons. Watch the International Peace and Disarmament Conference plenary sessions live via web streaming here.   Go to the site at least 15 minutes before the […]

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PIKADON Projections Images of Peace and Prayer

New York, NY. On Sunday, May 2, PIKADON Project “an international art initiative group” will create groundbreaking projections in key locations in Manhattan known as “The Manhattan Project.” Coinciding with the Non-Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference at the United Nations starting on May 3, PIKADON Project invites the public to join us in our […]

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U.N. Birthday Rocks for Its Peacemakers

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One year older than the U.N., at 65, the Secretary General spoke of his mourning – the world’s mourning – for the 11 peacekeepers who died last month in a helicopter crash in Haiti.  Tragically, more than 2,600 U.N. Peacekeepers have died protecting humanity since 1948. In an unprecedented effort, the concert was produced by […]

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Mayer Morissette: From R & B to Zouk — In Creole — at NYC’s Nirvana

Mayer Morissette crooned in French, English, and Creole with David Shakespeare on guitar. Zouk is a style of rhythmic music originating from the islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique, Haiti, St. Lucia, and Dominica.  Zouk means “party” in Haitian Creole. It feels like a party whenever it is played. In Africa, Zouk music is popular in French-speaking […]

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Spectacular Chinese Performance at World Peace Gala in Chicago

The World Harmony Fund’s Harmony Bell for Peace was rung. Photo courtesy of China Star Media. The event — “Carnival, China Style” — featured over 70 magnificent performing artists from China providing a blend of singing, dancing, opera, folk music, and acrobatics, allowed Chicagoans the rare opportunity to witness the various beautiful ethnic cultural arts […]

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Japan’s PIKADON Project & Hiroshima Yes! Campaign in NYC

The PIKADON project event featured a was live feed between Hiroshima,Tokyo and New York. Photo courtesy of Keiko Tsuyama Organizers of the PIKADON project, conceived by the highly-regarded Japanese illustrator Seitaro Kuroda, are using artwork as a statement to creatively engage New Yorkers to reflect upon the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 60 years ago. […]

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