This video is an excerpt of "Images of Global Peace" the MailArtumentary. Gwen and Anne used old rolls of newsprint saved when the local paper changed paper formats to a make the backdrop for this thoughtful duet. More songs, history and mailart information are being posted on YouTube! 231 artists from over 30 countries sent artwork via the postal service. The art was displayed at the Illinois State Capital building rotunda. About 2000 people per day started their tours at the display.
THE KUMBA MELA EXPERIENCE - Peace and Love (Groove corporation remix)
Bob Marley - War [One Love Peace Concert/Heartland Reggae]
The One Love Peace Concert was a large concert held on April 22, 1978 at The National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica.
This concert was held during a political civil war in Jamaica between opposing parties Jamaican Labour Party and the People's National Party. The concert came to its peak during Bob Marley & The Wailers' performance of "Jammin'", when Marley joined the hands of political rivals Michael Manley (PNP) and Edward Seaga (JLP).
David Vest - It Don't Make Sense (You Can't Make Peace)
Peace by Grandmaster Zo
Peace by Grandmaster Zo goes after a generation of leaders who have failed us completely. The song Peace from his album Peace, Love & Harmony is available as a free download at www.grandmasterzo.com. Share peace!
12seconds for Peace - Bill Zygmant
Bill Zygmant, the man who took the very first photograph of John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the Kings Road in London, along with the classic 'Instant Karma' photographs of John and Yoko taken during a recording for the BBC, agreed to make a contribution for 12seconds for Peace. In this video you can see Bill standing alongside his own photographs of the man who inspired a generation and did so much for the cause of peace around the world. Surely John (and Yoko) would applaud Bill for his stand with them in promoting the cause of peace!
Peace Walkers - Khojaly Genocide
The Khojaly genocide is one of the most terrible and tragic pages of Azerbaijan history. Armenian millitary forces commited genocides in the town of Khojaly with the population of 7 thousand people on februrary 26 1992.
613 people were killed, among them, 63 children, 106 women, 70 elders.
8 families were killed completely.
25 children lost both parents.
130 children lost one of the parents.
487 people were wounded, including 76 children
1275 people were hostages.
150 people were missing
Guardian Angel Music for Peace and Harmony