"The World Creative Youth Forum (WCYF) 2009 and Brotherhood of Destinty (BROOD) expresses its full and unwavering support to the World March for Peace and Non-Violence , as well as the Capitol Climate Action . "
What would you feel if there is no war and violence is absent? Would it even be possible? It is possible if you believe and if you will be among those taking action to make it happen. On March 2, 2009, the Philippine World March for Peace and Non-Violence launches the local campaign for this global march to promote peace and non-violence. The launching march starts at the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City and ends at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani along Quezon Ave. It is indeed a fitting culminating venue since we all need to be heroes to make our world a better place.
Incidentally, in the United States, more than 2,500 people have registered to participate in the March 2 Capitol Power Plant protest, ensuring that it will be the largest act of peaceful civil disobedience on global warming in the country’s history. In attendance, and willing to risk arrest, will be former coal miners, ministers, mothers, students, and climate activists from Arizona to Appalachia who have united to demand bold and far-reaching action on the climate and energy crises. Also attending will be leaders from the scientific and environmental community, such as Dr. James Hansen, Bill McKibben, Wendell Berry, Gus Speth, Vandana Shiva, former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson, as well as Grammy winner Kathy Mattea and actress Daryl Hannah. More than 90 advocacy groups across the nation have endorsed the action.
The World March for Peace and Non-Violence and the Capitol Climate Action are both a call for respect for nature and its creation.
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