2022 PEACE SUNDAY theme: “POWER OF ONE”
WORLDWIDE CANDLELIGHT VIGILS & CELEBRATIONS OF LIFE
Dates: 6/12, 6/19, 7/31, 8/5, 8/6, 8/7, 8/9, 8/11, 8/14, 9/11, 9/21, 10/16, 11/13, 12/11
Check flyers below. Usual Times: 11:11AM PDT / 1:11PM CDT / 2:11PM EDT
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the two historic 1982 Nuclear Freeze events:
PEACE SUNDAY at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA and the ONE MILLION RALLY in NYC.
Join us online for these Powerful Gatherings of Indigenous Grandmothers, Elders, Interfaith Leaders, Sacred Activists, Artists, Drummers & Singers… ALL joining us in Oneness for World Unity and Peace. Let’s all work together towards a world free of wars, nuclear weapons and nuclear waste.
These ongoing Candlelight Vigils & Celebrations of Life are being held to honor our Creator, our Mother Earth, and our Ancestors who have passed away due to senseless wars, attacks, climate disasters, pandemics, human trafficking, MMIW, and life in general. We are also honoring the Living and Future Generations. ALL are Sacred in this beautiful, miraculous Web of Life! Join our One Global Family Alliances.
The first Peace Sunday held in 1982, was a massive, star-studded event held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Attended by 100,000 people opposing the nuclear arms race and in support of a nuclear freeze. On June 12th, 1982, a week after Peace Sunday, over one million people marched and demonstrated from the United Nations to New York City’s Central Park, demanding nuclear disarmament and an end to the Cold War arms race, making it the largest disarmament rally in American history.
The Unity and Diversity World Council (UDWC) was part of the original organizing committee for Peace Sunday. UDWC has served as the convening organization since then, carrying on the legacy of Peace Sunday in the spirit of building a sustainable future of peace on Earth. UDWC has continued to produce annual Peace Sunday events in the Los Angeles area, focusing on themes pertaining to the well-being of our global family and all life on our planet.
Since 2020, after the pandemic lockdowns were implemented, UDWC and its Affiliates: One Global Family Alliances and the Jerusalem Prayer Project created a webumentary called “PEACE SUNDAY 2020: We Carry The Dream.” In 2021, the same Affiliates began organizing an online “SACRED ACTIVISM: Peace Sundays Revolution” broadcast series.
Thank you for joining us in this PEACE RESOLUTION 4 SACRED EVOLUTION (PR4SE),
a grassroots movement of the Rainbow Alliances.
Love, Light, and Blessings to All.
June 3, 4 & 5, 2022 onsite for the Peace Resolution Weekend in Nauvoo, Illinois
We will also honor WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY on June 5, 2022.
In honor of Peace Sunday’s 40th Anniversary, the United Nations 77th Anniversary, as well as Unity and Diversity World Council’s 57th Anniversary, and One Global Family Alliances’ 21st Anniversary, a Call To Action was put forth on January 1st, 2022 for us ALL to:
“MAKE EVERY DAY A PEACE SUNDAY”
We are encouraging YOU, our Global Family, to hold peacebuilding events in your local areas and/or online… empowering us to collectively create a more just, equitable, respectful, and sustainable world with a more peaceful future for all.
Join us throughout 2022 and beyond as we embark together in ONENESS with Creator on this:
PEACE RESOLUTION 4 SACRED EVOLUTION (PR4SE),
a grassroots movement of the Rainbow Alliances
We will address the most critical issues of our time and also highlight Unity and Peace (UP) events happening worldwide.
Our main areas of focus are:
Spiritualization, Honoring and Protecting The Sacred, Earth Stewardship, Denuclearization, Demilitarization, and Decolonization
For more information and to register your peace events, click here: PeaceSundays.org/Register
The History of Peace Sunday
The first Peace Sunday held in 1982, was a massive, star-studded event held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California – USA, attended by 100,000 people opposing the nuclear arms race and in support of a nuclear freeze. The Unity and Diversity World Council, a California Interfaith Organization whose founder, the late Rev. Leland Stewart, was part of the original organizing committee. UDWC has served as the convening organization since then, carrying on the legacy of Peace Sunday in the spirit of building a sustainable future of peace on Earth. UDWC has continued to produce annual Peace Sunday events at various locations in the Los Angeles area, focusing on themes pertaining to the well-being of all people and life on our planet.
Peace Sundays 2022 Chair & Executive Producer:
LauraSa Pele Lafoia Ava, CEO & Chairwoman of Unity and Diversity World Council (UDWC), One Global Family Alliances (OGFA), and International Councils, Circles & Congress of Women-Youth (ICCCWY)
Peace Sundays 2022 Producers:
Stephen L. Fiske (Jerusalem Prayer Project), Robert Corsini (Videocratic Media), Patrick Horn, Chief Daniel Ramos, Clan Mother Alda Glover, Grandmother Susan Stanton, Becky Suzik, Leah Myers, and Reya Manna
Peace Sundays Co-Producers:
Chief Phil Lane Jr., Monica Willard, Fumi Johns Stewart, Dot Maver, Dr. Marty K. Casey, Chief Dwaine C. Perry, Aunty Pooki Lee, Ben Bowler, John Ramer, Diana Morningstar, and Dale Allen
Peace Sundays 2022 Associate Producers:
Michael Brinsley, Barbara Garibay, Finau Fusi, and Simran Kaur Khalsa