Response to 16 Things The World Needs More Of Right Now:
American Cultural Ambassador Renate Jakupca and her entourage celebrate the opening of the Oktoberfest Season in Style
ATTENTION ALL DO-GOODERS, PEACENIKS, HIPPIES!!
>>> “FREE” CHILDREN’S PEACE STONE SCULPTURES <<<
David and Renate Jakupca have teamed up with The International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) and are now accepting requests for the 2014 Children Peace Stone Sculpture donation program. Peace Stones from the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) will be donated to municipal parks nationwide to assist in promoting the iceality of a sustainable global Culture of Peace and Goodwill for all Living Things!! We now have the power to make this World a beautiful place one child at a time. Begin with your own child and watch how that child radiates towards the other Worlds children. There is no cost, except to find a suitable public location for the Peace Stone Sculpture. The Stones are hand made and approximately 3 to 4 ft square and weight about 300 lbs are indestructible (vandal proof) and erects in a few hours.(NOTE: Specific Peace Stones will be designated as part of the National Coast-to-Coast Great American Peace Trail)
Hare with your Governors, Mayors, council members, civic leaders, business exec, teachers, parents, kids…. today, if we live up to our responsibilities and recommit to our tradition of civic participation, there is nothing our country can’t achieve. In this defining moment, we each have the chance to reach out to our neighbors, lend a helping hand, and Answer the call to greatness……If this is something you would like to pursue, please contact the ARK in Berea to expedite delivery of peace-carved-in-stone to your city park.
http://bereabuzz.blogspot.com/2013/03/building-national-coast-to-coast-great.html The “Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts” is practical study on the aesthetics of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through Arts and Culture, ultimately promoting an effective sustainable global Culture of Peace between all Living Things ~ Human, Animal and Plant Kingdoms.
In 2001 Ione Biggs and Renate Jakupca, together as Co-Directors of the ‘US Network for the United Nations World Conference Against Racism’ a project of the International center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) made their mark on contemporary history in Durban, South Africa by answering the United Nations’ call to “forge a real sense of vision and common purpose in the struggle for racial harmony and tolerance.” Their courage and vision were publicly recognized when Ione and Renate received from Nelson Mandela his International Gold Medal Leadership Award in Human Rights.
About the same time came the ‘CURSE of CHIEF WAHOO’ that states the Cleveland Baseball team would not have a winning season as long as it has the Chief Wahoo as a logo and the Indians name. Chief Wahoo - People Not Mascots’ Logo
The ‘People Not Mascots’ Logo is meant to be a Native American protest caricature of the Cleveland Indians Baseball team. It was originally painted by David Jakupca at the historic ARK in Berea incorporating elements of the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts, it has drawn criticism from some sportswriters, fans and local businessmen, but gained immediate acceptance among humanitarian, religious groups and Native Americans. It gained international popular attention when it was it exhibited by ICEA at the 1993 UN World Conference on Human Rights held in Vienna, Austria and has become one of the most recognized anti-racists logo’s in existence. It also caused repercussions for the groups connected with using the logo in protest demonstrations and this has been documented in the INTERNECINE MATRIX..
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Response to 16 Reasons Cleveland Is Not As Bad As You Think:
What is Cleveland’s Best kept Secrets:ILike the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)
http://consumer.discoverohio.com/searchdetails.aspx?detail=66938 And the ARK in Berea:
http://www.theicea.com/page4 Home of the Spiritual Father of the Environmental Art Movement and American Cultural Ambassador: David Jakupca