Peace Pilot and Peace One Day
Peace Pilot began as Trayc Claybrook’s response to a call by Jeremy Gilley of the International organization Peace One Day. Through a TED talk, he called on everyone to participate in some way in recognition of International Peace Day, September 21, 2012. The idea of projecting her recently finished videos on peace on the Interfaith Peace Chapel was born. We, too, hope to inspire action on the part of others across our community and around the world by inviting everyone to be a part of Peace Week and the Peace Pilot experience.
Beyond Dallas, a global community is invited to experience Peace Pilot streaming during Peace Week on the World Wide Web. Teachers, students and fans can connect to Peace Pilot via Twitter, Facebook and the Peace Pilot blog. There will be free downloadable peace lessons and curriculum available. Students will be invited to do poetry and performances about peace and post videos to the Peace Pilot YouTube Channel and Facebook pages.
|The Artist||An Artist’s Manifesto|
|The Film||The Project|
|The Blog||Peace One Day|
|International Peace Day||Interfaith Peace Chapel|
|Watch the Trailer|