13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2010
0:00 - 12:00
World "Peace, Dignity & Respect" Unity Walk in Las Vegas:
Date: Saturday, February 13, 2010 / Time: 9:30 a.m.
Starting Location: New York - New York Hotel/Casino, under the Statue of Liberty (3790 Las Vegas Blvd - South)
The inaugural World “Peace, Dignity & Respect" Unity Walks took place on August 8, 2008 (08/08/08) during the opening day of the Olympic Games in Beijing, China. We walk to share the message, "All Life Is Sacred! Save Mother Earth!"
During our walk in Las Vegas, we will carry flags representing all 192 nations, including the Indigenous nations of the world. We will also honor our veterans, police & firefighters by carrying several commemorative flags.
Our walk is approx. 7 miles (one mile for each of the next Seven Generations). You can join us for a block, a mile, or go the distance -- a support vehicle is available. Our walk will travel along the "Strip" & end downtown.
For additional info please call: 702-319-8888 or 702-526-6292
In honor of Aaron Jackson's commitment to helping the children of our world, we will carry the flag of Haiti with great respect and dignity. For the past several years Aaron has given up the comforts of a "normal" life to help the under privileged in less developed nations, with his initial concentration in Haiti. Can one person make that much of a difference? www.PlantingPeace.org
In honor of Captain Paul Watson and his crew, in their relentless efforts to help protect marine life worldwide, we will carry the flag of the Five Nation Iroquois Confederacy that is flown on Sea Shepherd ships. As stated by Captain Watson, "it is the one flag that we are most proud to have been given permission to fly." www.SeaShepherd.org
In honor of Chief Arvol Looking Horse, the keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe for the Lakota, Dakota & Nakota Nations, we will carry the Earth flag symbolic of Grandmother Earth. www.Wolakota.org
In honor of Chief David Bald Eagle, and members of the UNN Grand Council, we will carry the U.S. Dream Catcher Eagle flag as a symbol of unity between natives & non-natives alike. www.UnitedNativeNations.org
In honor of Audri Scott Williams, and the World Peace Walkers, we will carry the Afro-American Heritage flag in remembrance of their ancestors. www.TrailOfDreamsWorldPeaceWalk.com
In honor of Dermot Butterly, who recently completed a walk across the United States from L.A. to D.C. to share Gandhi's message, "Be the change you want to see in the world," we will carry a full-size flag of India. www.GandhiPeaceWalk.org
In honor of Jeremy Gilley for his dedicated efforts in establishing September 21st as Peace Day, which is now recognized by the United Nations as the International Day of Peace, a day of global cease-fire and nonviolence, we will carry a special Peace flag. www.PeaceOneDay.org
In honor of Marianne Williamson, and members of The Peace Alliance in their enduring campaign to establish a U.S. Dept. of Peace, we will carry the World Peace (with Doves) flag. www.ThePeaceAlliance.org
In honor of Vietnam Veteran Claude AnShin Thomas, acclaimed author of, "At Hell's Gate: A Soldier's Journey from War to Peace," we will carry the Vietnam Veteran flag with deep appreciation for all our veterans. www.Zaltho.org
In honor of Toltec Spiritual Leader Ricardo Cervantes Cervantes (aka, "El Gorila") from Teotihuacan, Mexico, and Mary Ann Thompson-Frenk & Joshua Raymond Frenk, founders of the Memnosyne Foundation, we will carry the flag of the Lady of Guadalupe in recognition of the annual celebration at "The Pyramid of the Sun." www.Memnosyne.org
In honor of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1917 – 2008), we will carry the Global Country flag of his Peace Palaces that will one day be flying in all 192 countries of the world. www.MaharishiPeacePalaces.org
In honor of Aung San Suu Kyi, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa(s), His Holiness the true 11th Panchen Lama, and the people of Burma & Tibet, we will carry their flags together in unity with the hope that one day soon they will enjoy precious freedom that we all cherish deeply, especially after it is taken away. www.USCampaignForBurma.org | www.SaveTibet.org
"We will be known forever by the tracks we leave." ~Dakota
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