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Peace is Possible in Dallas,TX

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.21.15

Dallas Texas gets involved in Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions!

Peace Is Possible is a grassroots movement dedicated to promoting peace and showing the world it is possible to love beyond our differences ☮ Our annual World Peace Day Celebration North Texas is an educational festival aimed at raising peace awareness through the medium of the arts and celebrating the United Nations recognized International Day of Peace.

Hundreds joined us as we celebrated peace and furthered the cause of human rights in North Texas! We had more than 20 local nonprofit organizations out to spread their mission and speeches from community leaders in the field of human rights, poetry, dance and Peace is Possible lit up for all to see.

Watch a great video and see more photos from their event here.

Photo by Vanna Ngo.

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