A letter aimed towards endorsers of the World March has been sent by the International spokesperson for the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, Rafael de la Rubia, asking for people to donate kilometres to finance the 160,000 km that will be travelled by the group of people who will carry the message of Peace and Nonviolence to the 6 continents.
The letter from Rafael de la Rubia to the World March endorsers follows:
A team of us are leaving Wellington, New Zealand on the 2nd of October this year to arrive in Punta de Vacas at the foot of Mount Aconcagua, in Argentina on the 2nd of January next year after covering more than 90 countries along the way.
In each country we will be just one or two days, a catalyst to bring together the hundreds of activities for peace that so many other people and associations are organising to contribute to what we hope will be the biggest pacifist mobilisation in history.
Each one of us has a task to do (photography, video, coordination, activism, interviews, meetings, events, festivals, media work, institutional relations, visas and legal matters, public relations editing, compiling and archiving…) in order to gather and show the world this huge signal and so contribute to generate a planetary consciousness of Peace and Nonviolence.
We are not financed by any organisation or institution. But we need your help: so please join forces with us and help us complete the 160,000km journey.
Come a few kilometres with us and take part in the biggest pacifist mobilisation in history. Maybe between us we can change
Be part of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence!
Rafael de la Rubia
International Spokesperson for the World March for Peace and Nonviolence
Kilometres can be donated through the world March official website: http://theworldmarch.org