Join us Sunday, August 6th for Woodstock's 10th annual March for Peace. The March will begin at 10am where route 212 meets 375. We will walk united in harmony down Tinker street through the town center and finish up with a concert on the Woodstock Public Library lawn. There will be many participants and special guests coming out to speak and perform all in the name of Global Unity, honoring the lives of those lost on August 6th, 1945, when an American bomber dropped the world’s first atomic bomb over Hiroshima City. The entire city was devastated by the heat and shock waves of the blast, producing numerous civilian casualties and Sunday we will march to honor the souls of those killed by the atomic bomb and to strive for eternal peace on Earth.
In partnership with the March for Peace, there will be a screening of the movie "American Heart" at Mountain View Studio at 7:30pm on Friday, August 4th.
We at Live Peace International are reaching out from Woodstock, New York,newest member of the Mayors for Peace, to the world. Member nations: Thank you for being a part of our global unity and peace effort through music and creativity.The Woodstock Council for Peace invites all Peace organizations to walk with us on Aug 6th and each and every day, for a Non Nuclear world by 2020.We join the Mayors for Peace in Hiroshima who presides over 7000 major cities around the planet, all wanting the same thing. PEACE. This walk opens the season of peace which will climax in New York's Central Park on Sept.21st at the bandshell then onto The International Day of Peace .
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On behalf of LivePeace International and member LivePeace Nations and individual locations, we send you peaceful greetings
Our headquarters in Woodstock New York humbly announces the 2017 year of GLOBAL UNITY
Live Peace Toronto 1969 marked the beginnings of global peaceful actions with the help of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. This concert took place at the same time as the Woodstock Concert in New York. Since then the Peace movement has seen its ups and downs,but today we celebrate a vibrant spirit of activism and commitment. Live Peace locations have been cropping up all over the world, and we urge all newcomers to take up the flag for Peace.
It is very easy to become a nation, city, town, or even home for PEACE. Just go to any LivePeace location and research their program and their intent. Look on facebook under LivePeace and you will see the many countries there already. Sign up for your own LivePeacepage on facebook and watch as the story begins with you. Also please read our mission statement, and do realize that this brief introduction is a mere particle of the big picture.
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