About A Million Copies
Minnesota Declaration
Affirmation of Human Oneness
Declaration for 21st Century
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world,
indeed it is the only thing that ever has
."
Margaret Mead
 

Video Lynn Elling - interviewed by Ehtasham Anwar, May 14, 2014

World Peace Resources:
World Citizen Inc.
UN Environment Program
Citizens for Global Solutions
Mayors for Peace
Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers
Nobel Peace Prize Forum
PeaceOneDay.org
US Peace Memorial
United Nations Assoc. of MN
Walls to Bridges
WorldPeace.org
Pathways to Peace
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Outside the Walls Blog


 

* Why "A Million Copies"? It's a significant number; an audacious goal. It's a phrase perhaps best defined by Ed McCurdy's lyric in "Last Night I had the Strangest Dream"; "...and when the paper was all signed, and a million copies made..." Find many versions on Youtube.

Two examples of what a committed person can do:

Minnesota's
Declaration of World Citizenship

with Lynn Elling's Leadership
(read more here)

Click to view
MN Declaration of World Citizenship  signed 1971

Click here for list of signatories

 


Man's Next Giant Leap: World Peace Through World Citizenship

View the 1971 Documentary Film
"Man's Next Gian t Leap: World Peace
Through World Citizenship
"
Produced by
United Nations Association of MN
and hosted by
MN celebrity Bill Carlson (d. 3/1/08)

 

"We must be the change we wish to see in the world."
Gandhi

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