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Celebrating at a Peace Site
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What is a Peace Site?
 
International Peace Sites commit to five Peace Actions:
 
bullet Seek peace within yourself and others
bullet Reach out in service
Protect the environment
Respect diversity
   
Be a responsible citizen of the world
 
 
Peace Site Highlights
bullet The first dedication of an International Peace Site in Minnesota was at Longfellow International Fine Arts Center, an elementary school in Minneapolis, on World Law Day, May 1988.
bullet A few world-famous Peace Sites include the Carter Presidential Center, the Minnesota Governor's mansion, and the Mall of America
The Peace Site Program flourished starting in Minneapolis, Bloomington, St. Paul, the suburbs in the Twin Cities area, Greater Minnesota, the U.S., and the world.
Many communities of fellowship have become Peace Sites.
Many parks and nature centers have become Peace Sites
Several international Rhodes Scholar / Elderhostel Programs have adopted the Peace Site idea including: Australia, Denali Park in Alaska, Ecuador, University of Peace in Costa Rica, Vietnam
       
 
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  Five Peace Actions define World Citizen:
  Seek peace within yourself and others
  Reach out in service
  Protect the environment
  Respect diversity
  Be a responsible citizen of the world