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Do Something: Be A Pathway to Peace on #PeaceDay Do #ClimateMarch

September 21, 2014


Today is the International Day of Peace and The People’s Climate March. It’s a Global Day of Action.

So do something.


The ways that we are destroying our planet does not make me feel peaceful; in fact it makes me angry.  But anger doesn’t change as much as action does.

Here Are Some Actions You Can Take. Today. Tomorrow. Next week. Every day. Any day.

Anyone, anywhere (and actually anytime for most of these actions!)  can celebrate Peace Day and help create peace or work toward action on climate awareness.


Participate in an organized event in your local area (click here to search events) or create your own. Below are some ideas how and here is the complete list.  Basic info about worldwide and local climate and peace events here.

Find a march and learn more here about Ventura’s March.

Or here is the official page for the People’s Climate March

Light a candle at noon, sit in silent meditation for one minute, and join people across the world in a Minute of Silence, Moment of Peace at noon in every time zone. and at 19:00 UTC/ GMT Global Meditation on September 21 for the International Day of Peace  worldwide

Share a selfie on social media using the #PeaceDay hashtag or #PeoplesClimate or #ClimateMarch.  Trend on September 21 by tweeting, posting and sharing thoughts, pictures and message of peace and climate throughout the day.

Sign the “I am a Pathway to Peace” Pledge to show your commitment to peace. PEACE_Pledge.pdf

Consider gathering for a Global Feast for Peace, including foods from different cultures, or interfaith dialogue, or just gather to break bread.

Have a discussion or create an art activity around what this year’s theme, “Right of Peoples to Peace” means to your group or friends.

Tell your favorite Radio Stations about Peace Day or the Climate March:
Set for Peace (DJs):

Give Peace Breathing a try, and share it with others.

Open or close your gatherings with the simple universal statement of peace, “May Peace Prevail on Earth.” Or display the message of peace, “May Peace Prevail on Earth”, with your own Peace Pole.

Participate in PeaceCast, a free, not-for-profit webcast streaming video online that will run continuously for 48 hours spanning all global time zones, starting from Peace Day’s first minute on September 21, 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand until its last in Honolulu Hawaii.

36 hour, 6th Annual broadcast. Live from the United Nations. Music, messages of peace from celebrities and humanitarians, and educational presentations.

If futbol/football/soccer is a part of your life and you are passionate about inspiring peace within your community, get involved with One Day One Goal.

If you are a dancer, a dance teacher or simply someone who loves to dance, then One Day One Dance is the perfect way to express your passion for peace.

If you love singing and belong to a choir, run one or want to create one just for the day, then One Day One Choir is a perfect way to get together and sing for peace.

Create and fly Peace Doves in cooperation with Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots.

Participate in the 2014 Peace Day “Right to Peace” Sing-Along

Make Peace Cranescontaining wishes and poems for peace, and share them locally or with kids across the world. Sign the Peace Crane Pledge

Create a visual reminder that we live in one world and all share similar hopes and dreams with a Peace Flag.

Celebrate International Day of Peace with “whirled peace” by “planting” a Pinwheel for Peace.

Paint and plant Peace Rocks to line walkway so people see them daily.

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