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Friday, July 19, 2013

Cleveland's Annual International Peace Day Activity



Cleveland's Annual International Peace Day Activity

Peace Monuments Around the World" has added and updated the links connected to the 'Worlds Children Peace Monument' (WCPM) and the 'Great American Peace Trail' (GAPT) according to Edward W. Lollis, Editor. The new links will help document the growth and continuity of the projects as well as reflect their diversity as they expand in the global community.

Dedicated in using Environmental Arts and Culture to nurture iceality in our young people, through the WCPM and GAPT, students are able to develop their creativity and foster their own care to Society.

David Jakupca, Executive Director of the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) remarked, "To promote the Theory of Iceality in Environmental Arts in a sustainable global culture of peace to our youths, we need to develop in them an insatiable curiosity about the world around us. Young people always like to bring arts into daily life and they always bring us big surprise! The 'Worlds Children Peace Monument' (WCPM) and the 'Great American Peace Trail' (GAPT) is a creative catalyst combination of "youth arts" and "civic education" for young people to express their creativity while they can also learn to care about all living things around the world".


Ambassador Renate said, "As part of Cleveland's Annual International Peace Day activities, ICEA would like to express our gratitude to Edward W. Lollis and "Peace Monuments Around the World" for fully supporting these children's peace projects. Young people are full of imagination, which has been reflected in their art works. Students decorated their city's Peace Stones with the themes of transcending borders, showing their care of peoplein a creative and interesting way."

- Peace Monuments in Ohio (USA)

... Children of the Earth, in Verbania, Lago Maggiore, Italy, by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca, where they received an Italian Medal ...
http://peace.maripo.com/x_us_oh.htm

- Peace Stones & Rocks Around the World

... Children of the Earth, in Verbania, Lago Maggiore, Italy, by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca, where they received an Italian Medal ...
http://peace.maripo.com/p_stones.htm

- Peace Monuments Related to Children, Sadako Sasaki & Peace ...

... Children of the Earth, in Verbania, Lago Maggiore, Italy, by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca, where they received an Italian Medal ...
http://peace.maripo.com/p_sadako.htm

- Peace Monuments Dedicated in 2003

... Children of the Earth, in Verbania, Lago Maggiore, Italy, by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca, where they received an Italian Medal ...
http://peace.maripo.com/y_2003.htm

- 211 Artists, Benefactors, Creators & Designers of Peace Monuments

Alive, Jakupca, David & Renate, 2003 World's Children Peace Monument, Berea, Ohio (USA). 1906-2005, Johnson, Philip C. 1970 John F. Kennedy Memorial ...
http://peace.maripo.com/p_artists.htm

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