Take inspiration from the Global Peace Sunday 2003
event in Los Angeles ,
November 23, 2003, and create you own local Peace Sunday annual events.
Get your local mayor to issue your community's peace message in a Peace Sunday Proclamation and use your first event planning to network with various local related issue groups, religious and community organizations, and your local media to cover the story to publicize your community's demonstration of ideas for Creating a Culture of Peace for the 21st Century.
See some examples of other peace messages in letters and proclamations offered
by city mayors, State governors, community and religious groups, issue activist groups, etc., usable precedents, "footprints on the pathway to global peace" left by the
Global Peace Walks of 1995 and 2000 between the United Nations in New York City and San Francisco for the UN's 50th and 55th anniversaries to inaugurate the 1995-2004 International Decade of the World's Indigenous Peoples and the 2000-2009 International Decade of Creating a Culture of Peace for the 21st Century.
The United Nations has so far been unsuccessuful in its mission to "remove the scourge of war from the future generations."
The leaders of the world are confused as to what to do in these times of increasing wars and violence which drain so many human and economic resources from community and social needs, and the critical need to address environmental problems such as stabilization of Earth's climate with appropriate emergency Climate Stabilization Programs.
The time has come for local communities and citizens to offer their ideas to the public via the media coverage and networking for Global Peace Sunday Events wherever possible as soon as possible.
Everyone cannot organize Peace Walks across the country to gain such letters and proclamations of support and national media coverage, but everyone can participate in the idea of a local Peace Sunday event befitting each community's character where the accumulation of local news media coverage will help bring national and international attention to your community's good ideas for "Global Peace Now!"
What a great way for local community members and groups to unite in the spirit of peace and thereby bring out the feelings and teachings of peace in community. Use the spirit of peace networking for local Global Peace Sunday events as your community's
Global Emergency Alert Response .