By Hannah E. Jones Candler Park resident William Read has a unique hobby. For years, he’s been collecting golf balls. So many in fact, that he crafted a pyramid that rivals the largest one in the Guinness Book of World Records. Nestled in Candler Park near the local golf course is a World Peace Pyramid […]
As key Atlanta business and civic leaders continue to forge a multi-faceted relationship with the Nobel Peace Laureates, a complementary effort is underway to make the Atlanta region a hub for peace education and research.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, progress is being made to brand Atlanta as a “city of peace.”
By Guest Columnist BILL VANDERKLOOT, a film director/producer who attended the event
The late Tip O’Neill once said, “all politics is local.” As a corollary, I believe that all history is personal. That is until it grows and grows and becomes a defining cultural event. Then it is owned by everyone and the memories morph into things almost unrecognizable.
By Guest Columnist JOHN NAUGLE, president and CEO of Atlanta: City of Peace Inc.
Millions worldwide are re-branding New Year’s Day as “Global Family Day: A day for peace and sharing.” Well? Let’s excel!
It’s exciting. Atlanta is the best-positioned city on Earth to propel the goals of this annual celebration, plus eventually receive an immense economic and societal windfall, throughout every day of each successive year, as a “thank you.” Our city’s greatest destiny is in becoming an international beacon of peace to our entire global family. Will you assist?