To Define The Global Peace Walk
Global Peace Walk, Pathway to Global Peace 2000
Proclamations and Messages of Support
Please join us as a local coordinator for Global Peace Walk 1999-2000 to bring out the prayer of "Global Peace Now!" as a universal human resolve for a Spiritually United Nations.
We invite you to join our email group list for those involved in the ongoing Global Peace Walk Project that was initiated by the 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Global Peace Walk from the United Nations in New York City to San Francisco, January 15th to June 20th.
The 1999 5th annual route of the Global Peace Walk is the walk from Taos to Santa Fe, New Mexico, from April 22 (Earth Day) to April 26, Global Peace Walk Day in Santa Fe.
Global Peace Walk 2000 will leave from San Francisco in conjunction with the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., birthday observance event and then walk on to Washington, D.C., for the September 20th United Nations International Day of Peace Ceremony to rededicate the Washington Peace Monument as a Symbol of the Message of Peace, and then on to the United Nations in New York City to arrive for the 55th United Nations Day, October 24, 2000, anniversary of the ratification of the creation documents of the United Nations that were initiated on June 26, 1945, in San Francisco, before the July 16, 1945 first atomic bomb test. The theme will be Global Nuclear Disarmament as the First Step Towards a General Disarmament to End All Wars Forever.
The route of the Global Peace Walk 2000 will include the Nevada Nuclear Test Site near Las Vegas, NV, Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico, April 22 and 26, and other cities including Flagstaff, AZ, on dates yet to be determined.
The 1999 outreach of the Global Peace Walk will be to further the abolition of nuclear weapons, testing, wastes, and power for the new millennium.
This will be the great opportunity to begin the new millennium in the spirit of "Global Peace Now!". Depending on the kind of support that comes together to organize this main event, Global Peace Walk 2000 will be the subject of a popular television show following its route, message, and human drama.
Since the Global Peace Walk began in 1995, many cities have had proclamations issued by their mayors declaring their cities as Global Peace Zones and/or Global Peace Walk Days in their communities, including San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Monterey, and Santa Barbara, CA; Tucson and Flagstaff, AZ; Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Coordinators are encouraged to conduct local
Global Community Peace Walks regularly and to obtain similar proclamations as soon as possible in their own cities and towns.
(This project has no official ties to the United Nations and it is to objectively examine the role of the U.N., how well it has fulfilled its mission, and how its objective can be fulfilled to "remove the scourge of war from the future generations")
Please subscribe to the Global Peace Walk email group list, post your personal profile information, and review archived postings for background information and system familiarity, all at our list home page at Global Peace Walk List.