The Library of Peace

The Library of Peace
est. August 28, 2013
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(28 official co-founders)

John R. Naugle - Atlanta, GA
Dr. Peter van den Dungen - Bradford, UK
Fumi Johns Stewart - Wasaic, NY
Steve H. Klein - Atlanta, GA
Terry L. Hester - Houston, TX
Shailesh Kalyan - Atlanta, GA
Sandra Massie Hines - Houston, TX
Shiva Vangara - Pondicherry, India
Geri Taran - Atlanta, GA
Dr. Paul Alexander Wolf - Adelaide, Australia
Samuel Baker - Boston, MA
John D. Elliott - Washington, DC
Dr. Margaret S. Herrman - Athens, GA
Ayshah V. Powers - Atlanta, GA
Kathryn Kelton -Tampa, FLA
Jahangir Piara - Lahore, Pakistan
Axil Kollist - Hawaii, USA
Vandana Pabrai - Pondicherry, India
Andrew B. Greene - Freetown, Sierra Leone
Lakshmi Thadani - Atlanta, GA
Dr. Alex Liu - Pasadena, Calif.
Adam Crane - Atlanta, GA
Kathy L. Harvey, M.A. M.Sc. - Atlanta, GA
Jan Maarten Braak - The Hague, Holland
Ashie S. Hirji - Marbella, Spain
Andre Sheldon - Newton, MA
Dr. Michelle La Seur - Houston, TX
Norlyn Dimmitt - Geneva, Illinois 
Thank you for visiting!
(under development)

MISSION: The Library of Peace is developing into a global archive of inspiring stories, photos and videos from sisters and brothers of our global family... like you.

VISION: Human history is full of people who take the high-road and choose to cultivate peace and nonviolence. WE will tell their stories and we invite you to add your support at this exciting time. You are invited to join us and become an official co-founder too!

The Library of Peace was born on August 28, 2013. It is conceptually in development and will eventually become the integrated library service of the Global Peace Academy (GPA) which is also in development. The GPA, with its Library of Peace, is a major peace project and one of 8 being created by 'the mother organization'... Atlanta: City of Peace, Inc. (ACP).

Until such time as a 'bricks-and-mortar' facility for the Library of Peace is designed and constructed, it will first be a virtual and digital library that provides online access to archival and historical materials related to the culture of, and virtue of peace. The virtual 'ground-breaking' and launch-date of Phase #1 for the Library of Peace was August 28, 2013.

This unique date coincides with several important dates in human history:
  1. The exact 50th anniversary date (August 28, 1963) of Dr. King's historic speech: "I Have A Dream"
  2. The 100th anniversary (August 28, 1913) in the opening of 'The Peace Palace' in the Hague, Holland
  3. The 123rd anniversary (August 28, 1890) of cornerstone for 'The U.S Library of Congress-Jefferson Building'
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FAIR USE NOTICE: The Library of Peace project and its mother-organization, Atlanta: City of Peace, Inc. (ACP), along with its umbrella website and other sub-sites, like the Library of Peace project, may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi, his peace teacher. Their globally-respected peace legacies have inspired hundreds of millions of social-activists worldwide. All information on this site and all ACP sites are to help in Atlanta's transformation, in cultivating our peace ecosystem, and for educational purposes. We also want to advance the understanding of Gandhi's and King's historic contributions to cultivating spiritual development, peace, nonviolence, civil & human rights, democracy, plus scientific, moral, ethical and other social justice issues. Atlanta: City of Peace works to honor and build upon, what we have termed, "The Gandhi-King Global Peace Connection." This constitutes a notice for 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law. All is distributed without profit.

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