Ana Correa-Graham published A Beautiful Monument for Boston in Your Voice Matters 2015-08-11 14:32:23 -0400
Build the World Unity landmark in the space near the Children's Museum. Boston would benefit from it, and it would be the first city to build such a beautiful monument encompassing the multicultural society that exists in Boston and Massachusetts. The monument was beautifully designed and it would list the words "Are you greater than the sun that shines on everyone: Black, Brown, Yellow, Red and White. The Sun does not discriminate" written by Sara Ting. This would demonstrate how we as a city are trying to embrace the diversity that exists in MA. Please visit www.worldunityinc.org and see the picture of the landmark. We should push to have this in Boston. Sitting across the channel on a bench outside the Intercontinental Hotel, I can picture it! It would be awesome! Highly recommend it!”
Ana Correa-Graham tagged World Unity Landmark - Beautiful Monument! with important 2015-08-11 12:19:44 -0400
World Unity Inc. founded in 1993, seeks to build the first landmark in the world promoting equality, diversity and inclusion. It will showcase the Sun poem: Are you greater than the sun/ that shines on everyone: Black, Brown, Yellow, Red and White/ the sun does not discriminate © 1985 Sara Ting. This poem was the centerpiece of a multi-media public service campaign in Boston in 1985 and New York City in 1986 and inspired the creation of the World Unity Landmark. World Unity Inc. was designated by the MBTA to be part of the development of Children’s Wharf Park. In 2001. They secured a breathtaking design concept through a design competition in collaboration with the Boston Architectural College in 2011. I’d like to offer my voice for this wonderful project that will impact the present and future generation. It’s time for this initiative to be realized. It will be a great tribute to Mayor Walsh for his leadership and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Boston will be the only city in the world with a landmark promoting equality, diversity and inclusion!
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