THE AMAZING ARTWORK OF DR. ABDUL JABBAR BROHI FOR 2017 WCPM PEACE WEEK

THE AMAZING ARTWORK OF DR. ABDUL JABBAR BROHI
FOR 2017 WORLDS CHILDREN PEACE MONUMENT PEACE WEEK

 

“Doctor Abdul Jabbar (Baba) Brohi has been a major pioneer in the practical development and application of the WORLD PEACE DAILY program. Under his leadership the Pakistan World Peace Daily Site has grown to be a global example for others to follow!” Ambassador Renate
He has made a lifelong contribution in encouraging organizations, individuals, civic leaders and communities to use the principles of the Theory of Iceality to engage in diverse peace related activities and to engage in practical acts of peace building in Pakistan. Dr. Brohi continues to lead by example, other scholars who enhance the quality of international education in Pakistan.

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WORLD PEACE DAILY WEBSITES are internet sites connecting the Worlds Children in different Cities together, linking children and adolescents in different countries to explore global issues, ask questions and take action altogether.
Dr. Brohi, utilizing the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts, the ‘Iceality Methodology’ was developed to promote the building of the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) and the Great American Peace Trail. Originally designed for MYSPACE, the ‘Iceality Methodology’ on Facebook.com (http://theicea.com/page30) has been ‘borrowed’ as a tool for social change by virtually every social activist organization and group on Facebook and is used by over 1 Billion people in a still growing audience. Here is an amazing example of his Artwork for promoting the United Nations Culture of Peace. Please Enjoy and Share!

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First Lady of Peace, Dr Renate Jakupca, joins Pakistan in Imploring ‘Protection’ of Mother Earth and All the Worlds Children.

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First Lady of Peace, Dr Renate Jakupca, joins Pakistan in Imploring ‘Protection’ of Mother Earth and All the Worlds Children

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Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) International Mother Earth Day 2017 – Maargalla Hills National Park – Islamabad Pakistan

Members of Pakistan World Peace Daily had reasons to be excited and joyful during their Mother Earth celebration of the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) on April 22, 2017 that was organized by Pakistani Peace Emissary, Baba Brohi in Margalla Hills National Park at Islamabad, Pakistan.

 

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Baba Brohi Pakistan Peace Emissary

Starting with the announcement of the many new trees to planted and the celebration afterword, they showed the same sensitivity for nature as they do for people and their love for the wild places.

 

In her testament honoring the work of the Pakistani People, for their generous voluntary care of Mother Earth, Ambassador Renate meditated on the people’s role as protectors of Pakistan, the Planet and for All the Worlds Children:
“Let us,” she urged, “protect Mother Earth in our lives, so that we can protect others, and protect All the Worlds Children.” That means, she explained in a simple way, “protecting ourselves and the beauty of the natural world, as the Theory of Iceality shows us: respecting each of God’s creatures and respecting the environment in which they live.”

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Dr. Renate continued to describe in detail a Worlds Children ethic of iceality care: “It means protecting people, animals and plants, especially showing loving concern for each and every person, especially children, the elderly, those in need, who are often the last we think about. It means caring for one another in our families: husbands and wives first protect one another, and then, as parents, they care for their children, and children themselves, in time, protect their parents. It means building sincere friendships in which we protect one another in trust, respect, and goodness. In the end, everything has been entrusted to our protection, and all of us are responsible for it. We are all protectors of Mother Earth’s gifts!”

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First Lady of Peace, Ambassador Renate

She made a special plea to world leaders to join the Worlds Children in this ethic. “Please, I would like to ask all those with positions of responsibility in economic, political and social life, and all men and women of good will: Let us be protectors of God’s plan inscribed in nature, protectors of All the Worlds Children and of the their environment.”

This message is a positive one, calling for goodness and tenderness in the treatment of all others and the world. Addressing the hard-hardheartedness many presume to be necessary for survival in this world, she declared, “We must not be afraid of goodness, nor even of tenderness!”

In conclusion, the Ambassador spoke of the role of the Pakistani Peace Emissary as a Guardian. “To protect the whole of Pakistan, to protect each person, especially the poorest, to protect the Animals and the Plants: this is a service that Baba Brohi has called to carry out, yet one to which all of us are called, so that the star of hope will shine brightly for future generations……….”Let us protect with love all that Mother Earth has given us!”

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Dracha Arendee

The result of a major global public promotion at the United Nations level, is that the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts is now considered as the cornerstone of the modern global sustainable culture of peace movement and this concept is now replicated by artists, architects, urban planners and sustainable organizations throughout the World, reflecting a still growing global audience, including: Earth Day 2017 &  March for Science

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Worlds Children Peace Monument’s
International Mother Earth Day 2017 Celebration
Margalla Hills National Park
Islamabad, Pakistan

 

 

 

 

An Open Letter to President Donald Trump RE: EARTH DAY 2017 EDITORIAL: THE ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS DESERVE TO BE PRESERVED BY CREATING THE NATIONAL COAST-TO-COAST GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL

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http://www.WCPM.info
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An Open Letter to President Trump

Date: April 5, 2017
Category: Government and Politics

Dear President Trump,
On March 16, You announced a budget plan which calls for increasing funds for military spending and homeland security. To set off the increased spending, You have proposed sweeping cuts to several different governmental organizations that you and your administration may not think are necessary for American life.

We at The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) are aware of the implications of these budget cuts and would like to defend Environmental Arts Programs like the WORLDS CHILDREN PEACE MONUMENT (WCPM), COASTWEEKS dot Com and the National Coast-to-Coast ‘GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL’. Across the world, the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts is the cultural backbone of communities. The Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts can influence another culture and even bring cultures together. Environmental Arts is so strong on the global stage because of our uniqueness. The music, artwork and theater are all global phenomena using Iceality. The Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts is a powerful tool, one that the whole Trump administration should want to take full advantage of. Since 1987 in Cleveland, Ohio, Environmental Art has been a global commodity, and the power of a universal Language of Design that Environmental Arts is now considered as the cornerstone of the modern global sustainable movement and this concept is now replicated by artists, architects, urban planners and sustainable organizations throughout the World, reflecting a still growing global audience.

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The Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)
A gift from Germany to America

The Environmental Arts are also important for the American individual through the building of the GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL, and have now become a source of comfort and confidence building for Americans of all ages. Community artistic activities connected to the GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL encourage the individual to be in touch with his or her thoughts in a beautiful way and provide a healthy way for one to be in touch with his or her emotions. When someone is sad, he or she can channel sadness into a poem of peace and iceality. If someone is happy, he or she can perform an upbeat song. Any emotion in between can be channeled into the Art of Iceality in some way. The GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL can provide a way to express oneself in a world that can often silence emotions.

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Ambassador Renate leading the Worlds Children of Legal Immigrants
in the Pledge of Allegiance to officially open up Day 2 of the RNC in Cleveland

The GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL is also is a source of togetherness among Americans that can Unite America. Iceality allows people of all ages to create a community of good. It is touching that human beings can form such strong bonds over something so intrinsic to all cultures. Whether it’s through performing or listening, Iceality provides a common thread for all of us.

The Environmental Arts are now and always will be the centerpiece of American culture. Most popular American songs or famous American artworks are now a product of our love for Iceality in the arts. In recent years, arts programs at schools have been cut all around the country. The federal government to support the popular cause. The federal government, by supporting the environmental arts programs, says that the arts DO matter. By saying the arts do matter, the Trump Administration makes clear that the fostering of American culture is a high priority. The Trump Administration can make America great again by preservation of the soul of our country by creating the National GREAT AMERICAN PEACE TRAIL.

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Building the National Coast-to-Coast ‘Great American Peace Trail’
to Stem the Violence in America’s Youth and Unite America.
http://www.theicea.com/page33

The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) for 30 years already has a strong appreciation for the arts. Poetry slams, a cappella performances, art shows and civic engagement are quite popular in Cleveland. Greater Cleveland is expands its role as global home of the International Environmental Art Movement as the Primary Economic Engine for the Region and as the ‘Cradle for a Universal Culture of Peace’ for All Living Things. (Worlds Children). We are blessed to live in one of the most well-known hubs for art in the world, whether it be at the historic ARK in Berea or Playhouse Square. The only way to support for the arts is to continue our love and support for the Environmental Arts. Promoting Iceality here at The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) and in our immediate community is easy and socially worthwhile.

Now that I think about it, there should be a National Iceality Day that is more encompassing in its scope than any other celebration in America. Iceality Day would be a day of potential, especially for All the Worlds Children. It is not about something ‘other’, but something we can celebrate and hold as part of ourselves. It is as intimate as Earth Day is for the Plants and Animals and International Peace Day is for the Human’s but more encompassing in its scope than any other celebration on the calendar. It is about US as much as it is about the Animals, Fish, and Birds, about the Plants and Trees, Land and Waters. There is no escaping the Planet Earth. Very few have done it and never for long. The astronauts that are on the International Space Station are going to be off the Earth for a short time; the longest time anyone has spent away from our planet yet…so the universal symbol of peace, the WCPM is ready for Peace in Space.

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“The Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts”
http://www.theicea.com/page22

The WORLDS CHILDREN PEACE MONUMENT members and scholars can support the global iceality methodology on a deeper level by supporting local arts. Like arts programs in schools, local museums and galleries all over the country need funding more than ever. Although on a smaller stage, smaller museums and galleries ensure that the environmental arts continue to thrive. Volunteering and even time spent on social media sites could make a difference.

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Using the ICEALITY METHODOLOGY
teachers can now educate American Children in all  American schools, colleges and university’s
http://www.theicea.com/page30

We at International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) also encourage You and Your Administration to teach the Theory of Iceality in America’s Classrooms and for scholars to take their appreciation for the environmental arts and pursue iceality as a lifelong goal. Keep performing and listening, keep painting, designing and analyzing.

Please take matters into your own hands to preserve our American environmental artistic culture for yourself, your countrymen and for All the Worlds Children.

Thank You and Peace Friend~
David Jakupca
Renate Jakupca
American Cultural Ambassadors

Links: Building the National Coast-to-Coast ‘Great American Peace Trail’ to Stem the Violence in America’s Youth and Unite America   http://www.theicea.com/page33

 

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MAJOR WCPM INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

Worlds Peace Maker Hall of Fame (Peacemaker)

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World Peacemakers Hall of Fame

Worlds Peace Makers Hall of Fame:
The History of Peacemakers
By Eugene Schiopota

Whether it’s raising awareness or calling citizens to action, the Worlds Peace Makers and Peace Keepers have played a significant role in connecting people with a common goal of social change. The History of Peacemakers seeks to broaden the understanding of and possibilities for world peace. The Worlds Peace Makers Hall of Fame includes anthropologists, economists, historians, political scientists, sociologists, and other scholars and students of movements for peace and social justice, international and military affairs, transnational and cross-cultural analyses, and literary studies. The Worlds Peace Makers Hall of Fame has little to do with mainstream social activism in the World today, rather it has much to do with the mainstream of human civilization as it has developed throughout the planet for thousands of years. Here is a timeline of some key people in peace activism, most of which resulted in a physical protest or directly affected change. Drawn from around the world, we are concerned with making peace research relevant to the scholarly disciplines, policy makers, and to their own societies.

This is an place for people who seriously desire to contribute to building a global sustainable Culture of Peace for All Living Things.. Do you remember where you were at these moments in history?
Stop by and your story with us in the comments below.

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MAHATMA GANDHI   MAHATMA GANDHI
During years of leadership and resistance against the British colonization of the Indian subcontinent, Mahatma Gandhi’s beliefs never wavered on nonviolence. Gandhi’s philosophy on nonviolence was his trademark: “Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.” He stood firm in his beliefs on nonviolent protest (i.e., passive resistance including hunger strikes) and religious tolerance. When Hindus and Muslims committed acts of violence, whether against the ruling British (or against each other), he fasted until the fighting would cease. He was imprisoned many years for treason against the British Crown. Well-versed in yoga and meditation, he used his mind to not only endure, but conquer his imprisonment. Starved for extensive periods of food, drink and human companionship, he learned to stay alive and not give in. The British, in a struggle to hold on to a valuable colony, wanted him to publicly recant his beliefs in the cause of Indian freedom and cease his resistance efforts.  The British finally relented (in 1947), not to a military victory, but over-overwhelmingly to a triumph of the human will. Subsequently with independence, the countries of India and Pakistan were born–with Gandhi emerging as a hero and father of a new Indian Nation.

nelson mandela   NELSON MANDELA
Nelson Mandela spent most of his life as a prisoner of the government of White-apartheid South Africa for acts of sabotage and treason (the usual reaction of an occupier to dissent). He often gazed at the ceiling of his cell and imagined tropical islands and women among the paint splotches and cracks. Such things occupied his mind and retained his sanity. Many hunger strikes and silent days blended into a 30-year ordeal of imprisonment. Times changed and the overriding bloodbath of whites vs. blacks never occurred as cooler heads on both sides prevailed. Mandela was released in 1990 and went on to assume the presidency of a new biracial republic. Mandela’s accomplishment of reconciling whites and blacks in one of history’s most cruelly divided nations is a phenomena of almost miraculous success.

martin-luther-king-jr  MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr
He was not a perfect man or a saint. But when he got behind the podium the World changed. Like Jesus, he brought the poor and disenfranchised the one thing they really needed–HOPE. We knew already that what he said was true–everyone knew deep inside that all races and ethnicity’s were equal in front of man and G-d. He taught us that to sustain racism was to deny our own intelligence, to deny humanity itself. And yes, the government stalked him and called him a communist, but he was a man beyond political systems and the facades of society. The assassin’s bullet could not quiet THE DREAM. But with freedom comes a responsibility to improve society and stamp out hatred. If King were alive today, he would be concerned about our world. How the minorities fight the wars that only the rich benefit from. How the last presidential election went down. The death of the middle class in America. I dreamed of Dr. King and saw tears in his eyes…..

MOHAMED ANWAR EL-SADAT  MOHAMED ANWAR EL-SADAT
President of the Arab Republic of Egypt 1970-1981. Sadat was a man of great vision. He laid a foundation for peace in 1977 when he paid a historic visit to Jerusalem; paving the way for Egyptian-Israeli negotiations which culminated in the Camp David framework for peace in the Middle East in 1978. This framework led to the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty by the virtue of which Israel withdrew from Sinai to begin the establishment of peace in the region. The two countries then established diplomatic relations in 1982.
Killed by an assassin’s bullet, all can agree that the Middle East and the world need more great leaders like President Mohamed Anwar El- Sadat.

  JIMMY CARTER
Jimmy Carter  Thirty-ninth president of the United States, served as president from January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981. He championed human rights throughout the world. Significant foreign policy accomplishments of his administration included the Panama Canal treaties, the Camp David Accords, the treaty of peace between Egypt and Israel, the SALT II treaty with the Soviet Union, and the establishment of U.S. diplomatic relations with the  Republic of China.
In 1982 he founded The Carter Center. Actively a nonprofit Center that addresses national and international issues of public policy. Carter Center fellows, associates, and staff join with President Carter in efforts to resolve conflict, promote democracy, protect human rights, and prevent disease and other afflictions. President Carter and The Carter Center have engaged in conflict mediation in Ethiopia and Eritrea (1989), North Korea (1994), Liberia (1994), Haiti (1994), Bosnia (1994), Sudan (1995), the Great Lakes region of Africa (1995-96), Sudan and Uganda (1999), and Venezuela (2002-2003). Through the Global 2000 program, the Center advances health and agriculture in the developing world.

 

Mikhail Gorbachev  MIKHAIL GORBACHEV
In September 1978, Leonard Brezhnev, head of the Soviet Union, made a minor decision that would start a fundamental shift in the history of the world. Brezhnev’s careful compromise in appointing Mikhail Gorbachev to the governing Central Committee would eventually lead to the peaceful break-up of the Soviet Union, ending the Cold War. Gorbachev, unknown at the time, was very different from his “old guard” peers on the Committee. Gorbachev was young, energetic, and an idealist.
The political structure of the Soviet Union was the result of the influence of Joseph Stalin. Stalin took the political system unleashed by the communist revolution of 1917 and turned it into a killing machine built on a political system of socialist conformity. Stalin’s firm hand suppressing the people survived his death. The breakup of the Soviet Union and the release of the Eastern Bloc countries were inevitable–given the economic failure of the Soviet system in the 1970’s and early 80’s. The Soviets had fallen far behind the West in economic development.
Gorbachev had absolute power because he was the supreme leader of the Soviet Union and Communist Party. He had a great desire to reach the common people and have a dialogue with them. He realized that “Perestroika”, the process of change, must be started from above–but the common people must be taught about democracy. Gorbachev went through towns and villages carrying his message of change. He promoted idealists like himself to the higher levels of government. One of these idealists was Boris Yelsin who went on to initiate Russia into democracy and lead the early Russian Republic.
Gorbachev guided the Soviet Union and the release of the Eastern Bloc countries through a bloodless transition from communism to democracy. This massive achievement qualifies Mikhail Gorbachev as one of the greatest peacemakers of the 20th Century.

Lech_Wałęsa  LECH WALESA
The efforts of Lech Walesa, leader of Polish Solidarity (the early union movement in communist Poland), culminated in the achievement of the “Gdansk Agreement” (ratified October 9, 1980) which prepared the way for the Solidarity movement’s legalization. Walesa accomplished this through leadership, organizational abilities and a series of “illegal” labor strikes. However, the following December, the Solidarity movement was crushed by the communist Polish militia and Walesa (and others from the movement) were imprisoned.
By the tenth anniversary of the “Gdansk Agreement”, Walesa was out of prison and communism in Poland was faltering (as well as in all of Eastern Europe and Russia). Walesa’s primary biographer tributes him as “an epochal figure, who shaped a country’s struggle for sovereignty and freedom, played a central role in the collapse of communism and established the contours of his country’s new vibrant democracy and free market economy.”
Lech Walesa achieved great goals through peaceful ideas.

leo-tolstoy  LEO TOLSTOY
Author of War and Peace, Tolstoy is considered one of histories greatest thinkers on the issue of World Peace. He wrote many articles on the subject of peace — some involve actual letters from soldiers seeking advice. His message to soldiers still rings true: “You are a soldier…you have been brought to ‘pacify’…it has been instilled in you that you are not responsible for the consequences of your shots. But you know that the man who falls bleeding from your shot is killed by you and by no one else…”
Tolstoy believed that “Armies will only be diminished and abolished when people cease to trust governments, and themselves seek salvation from the miseries that oppress them, and seek safety, not by the complicated and delicate [efforts] of diplomats, but in the simple fulfillment of that law binding upon every man, inscribed in all religious teachings, and present in every heart, not to do to others what you wish them not to do to you-above all not to slay your neighbors.” (1896)

  DAVID AND RENATE JAKUPCA
American Cultural Ambassadors & First Lady of Peace

They are the builders of the “Worlds Children Peace Monument”  (WCPM) and the “Great American Peace Trail”.  The noted Cleveland  husband and wife team are recognized for their pioneering work in the Environmental Art Movement to help create a more sustainable, equitable and peaceful World in modern times. Through their international advocacy and educational activities promoting from a cultural perspective, the Jakupca’s have contributed to the revitalization of cultural and environmental diversity, and the strengthening of local communities and economies worldwide. In 1987, by founding the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) at the historic ARK in Berea, they have combined their expertise in ecology, art and culture to really unravel the evolutionary dynamics of humanity. Their original ‘Theory of Iceality on Environmenta Arts’ , is the first fundamental change in developing a Culture of Peace in over 2000 years. The Theory underscores Nature’s view about the integrative universal process of freedom and is the first to connect not only Man, but all Living Things (Human, Plant and Wildlife Kingdoms) to achieving a sustainable global Culture of Peace.”.

  MOTHER TERESA
In the early stages of her life, she was fascinated by the stories of missionaries. At the age of 18, she joined the Sisters of Loreto in Calcutta (Now, Kolkata) in order to start the charity works and spread the message of love in the world. Sister Teresa became Mother Teresa on 24th May 1937. She taught from 1931 to 1948.
The condition of the poor people outside the convent school where she was teaching were utterly bad. It, indeed, hurt her very deeply. She understood the need of the hour to help the destitute. With courage and divinity, she had started an open-air school for the slum dwellers of Calcutta. She did not stop with the service of teaching the poor children. She had also taught the adults and gave medical treatments to the ill patients by providing the basic amenities such as hospitals and clinics. She has been better known for starting off “Missionaries of Charity” with her pupils. Shishu Bhavan, establishment of center for AIDS patients and many Homes had also been started for the orphanages. Her service is still being followed in many parts of the world. She is an ideal person to be a good social worker and set as an example to the entire world as the icon of peace and love.
Mother Teresa is one of the greatest human beings of all time! A gift for the poor and destitute. She had received many high profiled awards. Some of them were:

* Padmashree award in 1962
* Nobel Peace Prize in 1979
* Bharat Ratna in 1980
* The Pope John XXIII Peace Prize
* Order of Merit from Queen Elizabeth
* Medal of Freedom

John Lennon   JOHN LENNON
He rests in Strawberry Fields,
A victim of a single madman,
Tied to a single bullet.
He said “give peace a chance,”
But they continued to fight,
And die.
He hated violence,
But in the end it consumed him,
Like the fire of lit match,
To the unwinds of a rope.
But he saw above the eyes of most men,
That war was a waste of time, lives,
And energy.
And an unsettling feeling,
That all war will end,
When the last human,
Takes his final breath…

Peace Carved in Stone,

~ Worlds Children Peace Monument  ~ Peace Carved in Stone is the Universal  Symbol of Living Peace

“Peace Hero’s”Article By Christa Herbert  Parma, Ohio
Written as part of the groundbreaking ceremony for the Parma Peace Stone on International Peace Day, Sept 21, 2012 at South Park, Parma Ohio.

Reference Links:
National Endowment of the Arts
http://www.arts.gov
Ohio Arts Council
http://www.oac.state.oh.us
International Center for Environmental Arts
http://www.theicea.com 
City of Cleveland http://www.cleveland-oh.gov
http://www.nobelprize.org
http://cultureofpeace.org/

http://www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org/
http://www.internationaldayofpeace.org/

City of Parma http://www.cityofparma-oh.gov
https://publicpeaceprize.org/david-and-renate-jakupca-2/