Sunday, October 23, 2011

Why Donate to the Peace Panel Project?

The Peace Panel Project is an original and effective way to communicate information, that is under-reported or unreported by the mass media, to college students and the public.  Exhibiting since 2008 and on 5 college campuses in the last 12 months our main topics have been, the true costs of war, Non Violent Communication, the limits of TV, Ruses for War, Project Censored, and words of wisdom ( Martin Luther King, the Dalai Lama, Gandhi ).  To see the way people are affected by the exhibit, as many as 30 - 2' x 4' panels and a dozen mini panels (10" x 20") is inspirational.  So many people express their gratitude, so sincerely, for the exhibit we just know that it is making progress  "Building the Movement Towards Peace and Justice".  Yesterday, 11/1/11, we had a successful showing at the Unitarian's Fellowship Hall in Reno, Nevada.  Now off to our scheduled exhibit at UNR.

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  1. The photo above is of Charles and his daughter, Camille Withuhn at an exhibit of the Peace Panel Project at the University of the Pacific, in Stockton last April.