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Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles New York, NY
2004.09-
2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing
  • Development of a reorganized web site for the Gandhi-King Season, with the goal of compiling an open source curriculum in compassionate activism for global healing, and of inviting participants in a People's Agenda for Economic Justice to observe the Season - which runs from Friday, January 30 to Sunday, April 4 and honours the anniversaries of the deaths of Mohandas K. "Mahatma" Gandhi and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - as a time to engage in interactive dialogue on, and development of, a People's Agenda. Management of a set of electronic mailing lists relating to the Gandhi-King Season.
New York, NY
2003.11-
Digital Bridges in Peace New York, NY
2003.06-
Information Habitat: Taking IT Global New York, NY
2003.06-
Nonviolent Communication at the United Nations New York, NY
2003.05-
Peace & Nonviolence Resource Network New York, NY
2003.03-
2003 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence New York, NY
2003.01-2003.04
Peaceful Properties of the Internet New York, NY
2003.01-
Nonviolent Peaceforce, New York City Chapter New York, NY
2002.05-
2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence New York, NY
2002.01-2002.04
September 11 Peace Memorials New York, NY
2001.12-
Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force New York, NY
2001.11-
Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global New York, NY
2001.01-
Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes
  • Development and dissemination of a proliferating set of images based on developed models of the peace cubes / virtual light and color cubes as embodiments of properties of light and of nature. The existence of the cubes was discovered in response to a request from the outgoing Executive Director of UN-Habitat to explore the use of colour to identify the role of partners in a proposed web site for follow-up to Habitat II.

    The Light and Colour Cubes were dedicated as Peace Cubes at an Equinox Earthday celebration next to the Peace Bell at United Nations Headquarters in March 1997 and have emerged as icons of Information Ecology and of a holistic approach - with the dimensions of red, blue and green appearing to correspond to dimensions of economy, society and environment - the three "pillars of sustainability" - as well as to dimensions of body, mind and spirit.

New York, NY
1996.11-
Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond Baltimore, MD
1989.05-


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