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  • 10th Anniversary!- The Next 10 Years In February, 2009, J. Frederick Arment, the Co-Chair of the Dayton International Peace Museum approached Steve Fryburg, then Director of the Museum with a project that needed a fiscal sponsor. That was the beginning of International Cities of Peace. From there, Cities of Peace, Incorporated, achieved nonprofit status with the State…
  • Annual Report from Cameroon- Bamenda, Cameroon: City of Peace Touts Accomlishments Ngo Itsnab of Bamenda, Cameroon: City of Peace has written a wonderful Annual Report about his organization’s projects (shown in photos below). The Executive Director of International Cities of Peace has written a recommendation for him to continue applying for grants to achieve a sustainable program. Bamenda became…
  • Article in “The Tidings”- The Flame of the Moral Universe By  J. Frederick Arment, Executive Director, International Cities of Peace, for the Ashland, Oregon newspaper “The Tidings”, published January 14, 2019. This article was written at the request of David Wick, co-founder of the Ashland Culture of Peace Commission. David will be one of those from Ashland speaking at…
  • Nanjing Transforms City Branding- Nanjing Publication Begins Rebranding as an International City of Peace! A REDEFINING. A city of 8 million, the capital of China’s Republic prior to Beijing, Nanjing is officially redefining and rebranding itself as an International City of Peace. Mind-boggling to say the least. The Executive Director of International Cities of Peace met with officials from…
  • A City of Peace Day!- Peace Day in China! 2018 International Day of Peace Commemoration was held in Nanjing During his visit to Nanjing, China: City of Peace in January, 2018, Executive Director J. Fred Arment was surprised by the Mayor of Nanjing with the promise of a citywide celebration of International Day of Peace. That promise was fulfilled in…
  • We Challenge You!- I AM FEARLESS IN MY HOPE FOR PEACE! TAKE THE PLEDGE! “I am onboard. To help this noble effort, I pledge to contact FIVE people in different communities to consider forming a City of Peace initiative in their area. “I take this pledge because I believe in the vision of International Cities of Peace to…
  • Imagine Fall, 2018- NEW Imagine Magazine, Fall 2018! Imagine Peace Publishing, a program of the Sedona International City of Peace team, has proposed that IMAGINE magazine become an international publication for all Cities of Peace by working in conjunction with the International Cities of Peace organization. The magazine is impactful and sophisticated, well written with excellent design, a…
  • Peacebuilder Experience- 2018 Peacebuilder Experience The Peacebuilder Experience (PBX) is a versatile venue for helping individuals and communities live more peaceably. The Peace Literacy Foundation offers a variety of resources that can help you organize a successful PBX in your community.   The founder of peace literacy “The right tools for solving disputes within our community are…
  • How to “Feast for Peace”!- GLOBAL FEAST FOR PEACE Annual Event on International Day of Peace, September 21st Sharing food together in celebration of friendship and common interest is a tradition as old as the human family. The Global Feast for Peace is part of the U.N. sponsored International Day of Peace, celebrated around the world on September 21st each…
  • August, 2018 Newsletter!- August, 2018 Newsletter! Milestones rather than Millstones. Humanity needs this. Here’s the latest news from International Cities of Peace. If your hope and idealism is waning, we have the best medicine — it’s called “Wow, that’s amazing!” Thanks to the thousands of people in 50 countries who are building this movement. Kudos to ALL! Please…