NOVEMBER 6 and 7 Events

    Friday, November 6, 2009
    Fundraiser –    7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
    COME JOIN US for Hors D’oeuvres, Wine, and Music
    Meet Gandhi Personally  - RSVP    617-964-5267
    LOCATION - Contact Andre Sheldon


    Saturday, November 7, 2009
    Special Local Guest – Tina Chery, Founder of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
    Community Meeting –    10:00 am to Noon
    Cathedral Church of St Paul, 138 Tremont Street, Boston
    Ask Questions – Hear Gandhi – Make Plans

    NO ADMISSION - Donations Voluntary


    Saturday, November 7, 2009  
    Presentation by Gandhi  –    7:00 to 9:00 PM
    All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA
    (Corner of Dean Road Between Cleveland Circle and Washington Square) On-
    street parking. Public transportation on the "D" Line (Beaconsfield Stop) and "C"
    Line (Dean Road Stop)

    NO ADMISSION - Donations Voluntary

    In conjunction with the World March for Peace and Nonviolence

    Reach into Every Household
    And Empower Women!

    President Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize and now
    there must be a PEOPLE MOVEMENT to support his efforts
    for peace.  One man cannot do it alone!  The people must
    show support for nonviolence!

    This Program in collaboration with the Living Arts Institute in conjunction with
    The World March for Peace and Nonviolence  
    was created in response to the evidence found and request for Women to unite
    and be the peacemakers.

    Nobel Peace Price Winner Laureate, Shirin Ebadi, in a plea made to women and
    activists worldwide at a July 25 Iran pro-democracy rally in Amsterdam, stated,  
    "I urge all women around the world to show their solidarity with the Committee
    of Iranian Mothers in Mourning by assembling in parks, in their respective

    Women from the Congo have called out for the support of women!
    Women from Gaza have called out for the support of women!

    Lynn Sherr, on PBS - Bill Moyers Journal:  
    “Empowering women may be our only chance.”  “We just heard that this 21st
    century is our time.  Century of women — not bad. Let's hope it takes less than
    the whole one hundred years. We can't wait that long.

    A Call To Women will:
    •        Bring women leaders together to create a unified platform
    •        Work with Schools and Communities to “Prepare for, Practice, and Teach
    •        Utilize the arts to build bridges between individuals and groups to
             breakdown the walls of prejudice and separation between cultures
    •        “Reach into Every Household” to Empower Women as the Peacemakers
             and create a Gandhi / King-like PEOPLE MOVEMENT,  a Global Strategy of
             Nonviolence, For the Children

                (includes men to join this common cause.)

    “If a person with black hair sees a person with red hair, he or she sees someone
    different, but, if a person with black hair sees a child with red hair, he or she
    sees a child.”   
                                         Adil Najam, Boston University, International Relations.

How beautiful the world is when we live and work together in peace.
Global Strategy of Nonviolence
Mother Theresa said, “Peace begins with a smile.”
Welcome! A Global Strategy of Nonviolence
FOR the CHILDREN A World-Wide Unity Campaign
A Strategy to Bring Peace For the Children and Stop  War
(GS of NV)
September 11, 2007

Date updated
January 15, 2008

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