These letters, messages, and proclamations in support of the prayer for "Global Peace Now" as the universal human resolve, were accumulated and carried across country by the Global Peace Walks of 1995 and 2000.
Those collected in 1995 were hand delivered to the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations on October 26, 1995, in a nuclear disarmament related conference at the United Nations as witnessed by conference participant Western Shoshone Spiritual Leader Corbin Harney, who also conducted the send-off ceremony for the Global Peace Walk 2000 when it departed January 15, 2000, from the San Francisco site of the June 26, 1945, "beginning of the United Nations Organization" when the UN Charter was signed to be later ratified on October 24, 1945.
That Year 2000 the Global Peace Walk delivered its accumulated messages on arrival walking to Washington, DC, and then to the United Nations, to inaugurate the Year of Peace leading to the 2001-2010 International Decade of Creating a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World, and marking the mid-point of the 1995-2004 International Decade of The World's Indigenous Peoples.
(This page last updated 21Nov09 2:50pmPST)
Partial list of Global Peace Messages' texts:
Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum's UN Day 2002 Proclamation of "Global Peace Now!" mentioning UCSB Tree of Peace and Peace Flame history
Santa Barbara Mayor Harriet Miller's 1997 Global Peace Walk Day Proclamation mentioning the Santa Barbara Peace Pole for Jerusalem
San Francisco Mayoral Proclamation, January 15, 2000, Global Peace Walk Day
Thomas Banyacya, Hopi Interpreter, Hopi Declaration of Peace
Hymon Johnson on Sri Sathya Sai Baba
Mrs. Coretta Scott King, President, The King Center for Nonviolent Social Change
Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, Mrs. Helen F. Chavez 7June95
Rev. Jesse Jackson, "...bring down any wall..."
U.S. President, United Nations 50th Anniversary Presidential Proclamation
San Jose Mayor's Peace Community Message
Letter from Islamic Center of Central Missouri
New Mexico Governor Gary E. Johnson's Letter,
Governor Johnson's Speech on Ending the Drug War
Unity Foundation, Bill McCarthy
Abolition 2000, Carah Ong
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, David Krieger
Rome, New York's first Global Peace Zone (Woodstock '99 Message)
San Francisco, California's first Global Peace Zone City/County
Taos, NM, first Mayoral Global Peace Zone Proclamation
Berkeley, CA, first Mayoral Proclamation
Berkeley Mayor's Proclamation "Global Peace Walk - GLOBAL PEACE NOW!"
Oakland, California, first Mayoral Proclamation by Jerry Brown
Remy Chevalier, Editor, Electrifying Times Magazine
Michael C. Ruppert, Editor, From The Wilderness Publications
Ira Einhorn, Philadelphia activist, PA prisoner, "An Agenda for Peace"
Monterey, CA, Mayoral Proclamation
Flagstaff, AZ, Mayoral Proclamation, Global Peace as an idea whose time has come
Tucson, AZ, Mayoral Proclamation
Tehachapi, CA, Mayor's letter
New York City Mayor Giuliani
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge
Philadelphia Mayor's Letter
Pittsburgh Mayor's letter
Allentown Mayor's letter
Harrisburg Mayor's Letter
Jersey City Mayor's Letter
Newark, New Jersey, Mayor's Letter
Governor of Ohio, Proclamation of Official Recognition
Letter from Mayor of Columbus Ohio
Letter from Mayor of Indianapolis
Letter from Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
Proclamation by the Governor of Kansas
Letter from the Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri
David Crockett Williams, scientist/activist, "The Vision of Paradise on Earth"
Leonard Peltier, Political Prisoner, American Indian Movement Spiritual Leader
Message Letter from Jack Herer
Thomas, Ellen, & other members White House Peace Park Vigil, Proposition One
Many more already received, will be added to list as time permits.
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