A smile is the beginning of peace.
- Mother Teresa
• This wall is meant to
remember and to
acknowledge the work of
determined individuals who
have devoted their lives to
make our world a better
place for all people.
Hopefully this wall will be a smile to
the world. It should make us
envision peac and inspire our
nations to come together to make a
difference for their fellow man.
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Walking of the wall
• For a year’s time after the walls
completion, major country of influence
will have a chance to have the wall.
• It will travel by Ships, Ferries, Trains,
and Planes from country to country.
• There will be a ceremony called “The
day of peace”. The Wall will be
walked to the place of holding
followed by people from the towns.
The wall could include…….
Different reps from different Continents. Still to be decided by Officials and the people of these continents.
• MarTin luTher king, Jr.
– Major Civil Rights Leader
1964 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize
• susan B. anThony
– Social activist who lobbied against slavery and for women's
rights. She is most notably known for her involvement in
suffragist movement (women's right to vote).
• MalcolM X
– Major Activist for African American pride and empowerment.
• harvey Milk
– First openly gay man elected to public office in U.S. (San
Francisco City Council, 1977); assassinated in 1978 by a
man who did not agree with his views or position.
• rigoBerTa Menchú TuM
– Human Rights Activist for Rights of Indigenous Peoples
1992 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize.
• reies lópez TiJerina
– Leader in the 1960s struggle for the rights of Hispanics and Mexican
Americans and a major figure of the early Chicano Movement
• ernesT ManiruMva
• Burundian anti-corruption activist. Was killed for involvement against corrupt
government. People believe the reason his murder was never solved was
because of his activism.
• nelson Mandela
• Resisted South African apartheid (imprisoned, 1962-1982); President of
South Africa from1994 to 1999. 1993 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize .
• Jewish Holocaust survivor and advocate for peace.
1986 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize.
• Devoted life to working among the poorest of the poor.
1979 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize.
• The dalai laMa
• Spiritual Leader of the Tibetan people. 1989 Recipient of Nobel
• MahaTMa gandhi
• Spiritual and political leader for India's independence from Britain through
• aung san suu kyi
• Nonviolent activist for democracy and human rights in Myanmar (Burma).
Under house arrest since 1990.
1991 Recipient of Nobel Peace Prize.
• helen zia
• Activist against racial hate crimes. Fought for harsher punishment against
the murders Vincent Chin (A man murder by to white males in Detroit,
Michigan for being Asian).
• eddie koiki MaBo
• campaigned for indigenous land rights and held a major role in one
landmark decision of Australia's High Court. Which lead to the overturning of
the legal Fiction of Terra Nullius.
• eve van grafhorsT
• the first Australian girl to be infected with HIV via a blood transfusion. Along
with her family, fought against and for awareness of AIDS & HIV.
• Michael Mansell
• Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre lawyer and activist. Fought for equal rights of
the Tasmanian Aboriginal people.
We look forward to the time when
the Power of Love will replace the
Love of Power. Then will our
world know the blessings of