Kids Celebrate Peace By ‘Hacking’ Violent Weapons
In honor of Peace One Day, a campaign called 'Create a Master-Peace' is inviting children and their families to create non-violent, neutral art out of previously dangerous items.
Friday the 21st marks Peace One Day, a global day of cease fire and non-violence. The effort is sponsored by big names, such as Dior, Coca Cola, British Airways, Google, and Skype. The organization says the day not only stands as a symbol of hope and action, but allows humanitarian agencies and organizations to focus on helping others and saving lives.
In conjunction with the celebrations, meetings, conferences, and a concert featuring Elton John and James Morrison in Wembley Arena, a campaign called ‘Create a Master-Peace’ is sending out an invitation to children and their parents and friends to show a sign of solidarity and peace by ‘pacifying’ and neutralizing play weapons with white paint, bubbles, flowers, and decorations.