global peace, has your city/state proclaimed the Univeral Hour of Peace?

GLOBAL PEACE, a universal proclamation


You can help spread peace through your city, state, country

Here are the cities, states, and countries that have proclaimed the Universal Hour of Peace since 1995. Is your homeplace represented? If not you can be a peace advocate by representing the Universal Hour of Peace in your city/state/country. How to do this appears at the end of this text.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona

Arkansas
1995- Jimmy Guy Tucker, Governor of the State of Arkansas

American Samoa
California

Colorado
1997- Wellington E. Webb, Mayor of the City and County of Denver, Colorado

Connecticut
2000- John G. Rowland, G
overnor of the State of Connecticut

Delaware
District of Columbia
1997- Marion Barry, Jr., Mayor of the District of Columbia, Washington D. C.
1998- Marion Barry, Jr., Mayor of the District of Columbia, Washington D. C.

Florida
1996- Lawton Chiles, Governor of the State of Florida
1997- Lawton Chiles, Governor of the State of Florida

Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho

Illinois
1999- Dannel McCollum, Mayor of the City of Champaign, Illinois
2001- Roger C. Claar, Mayor of Bolingbrook, Illinois

Indiana
1997- Evan Bayh, Governor of the State of Indiana
1999- Frank O’Bannon, Governor of the State of Indiana

Iowa
1997- Terry Brandstad, Governor of the State of Iowa
2000- Thomas J. Vilsack, Governor of the State of Iowa

Kansas
1997- Bill Graves, Governor of the State of Kansas
1999- Bill Graves, Governor of the State of Kansas

Kentucky
1995- Jerry E. Abramson, Mayor of the City of Louisville, Kentucky
1999- Paul E. Patton, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Louisiana
1998- Marc H. Morial, Mayor of the City of New Orleans, Louisiana

Maine

Maryland
1998- Parris N. Glendening, Governor of the State of Maryland
1999- Parris N. Glendening, Governor of the State of Maryland

Massachusetts
1996- William Weld, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1997- William Weld, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1999- Argeo Paul Cellucci, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Michigan
1997- Dennis W. Archer Mayor of the City of Detroit, Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi
2001- Ronnie Musgrove, Governor of the State of Mississippi

Missouri
1995- Mel Carnahan, Governor of the State of Missouri
1995- Edward L. Montgomery, Mayor of the City of Ballwin, Missouri
1997- Mel Carnahan, Governor or the State of Missouri
1998- Gerry Welch, Mayor of the City of Webster Groves, Missouri
1998- Emanuel Cleaver II, Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri
2000- Darwin Hindman, Mayor of the City of Columbia, Missouri

Montana
Nebraska

Nevada
1995- Bob Miller, Governor of the State of Nevada
1997- Bob Miller, Governor of the State of Nevada
1998- Bob Miller, Governor of the State of Nevada

New Hampshire
2001- Jeanne Shaheen, Governor of the State of New Hampshire

New Jersey
1997- Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of the State of New Jersey
1998- Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of the State of New Jersey
1999- Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of the State of New Jersey
2000- Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of the State of New Jersey
2001- Donald T. DiFrancesco, Governor of the State of New Jersey

New Mexico
2000- Gary E. Johnson, Governor of the State of New Mexico

New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Northern Mariana Islands

Ohio
2001- Bob Taft, Governor of the State of Ohio
2001- Michael B. Coleman, Mayor of the City of Columbus, Ohio

Oklahoma
1995- M. Susan Savage, Mayor of the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma
1997- M. Susan Savage, Mayor of the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma
1999- Kim K. Lee, Del City, Oklahoma
1999- Frank Keating, Governor of the State of Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania
1997- Edward G. Rendell, Mayor of the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

Rhode Island
1998- Lincoln Almond, Governor of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
2000- Lincoln Almond, Governor of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

South Carolina
1995- David M. Beasley, Governor of the State of South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee
1998- Willie W. Herenton, Mayor of the City of Memphis, Tennessee

Texas
1995- George W. Bush, Governor of the State of Texas
1995- James N. Muns, Mayor of the City of Plano, Texas
1995- Tony Hinojosa, Jr., Mayor of the City of Cockrell Hill, Texas
1995- Jim Pelley, Mayor of the City of Little Elm, Texas
1995- F. B. Pete Goldman, Mayor of the City of University Park, Texas
1995- Wade C. Smith, Mayor of the City of Highland Park, Texas
1995- Mark C. Enoch, Mayor of the City of Rowlett, Texas
1995- Richard N. Beckert, Mayor of the Town of Addison, Texas
1997- Robert C. Lanier, Mayor of the City of Houston, Texas
1998- Robert C. Lanier, Mayor of the City of Houston, Texas
2000- Ronald Kirk, Mayor of the City of Dallas, Texas

Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Virgin Islands

Washington
2001- Paul Schell, Mayor of The City of Seattle, Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin
1997- Tommy G. Thompson, Governor of the State of Wisconsin

Wyoming


We are awaiting our first proclamations from countries, provinces, and cities outside the United States. Will you help?


THREE STEPS MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE!

Steps for submitting a request for a proclamation in your city/state/country.

First become a SOMA member. This will give you the authority to act on behalf of the School of Metaphysics and the Universal Hour of Peace so when government officials call to confirm we can verify your actions on SOM's behalf.

Second copy one of these proclamations (the one that best suits your homeplace) and adjust information for your local mayor/governor/etc. and the appropriate dates for the next Universal Hour of Peace (December 3lst 11:30 p.m. throught January 1st 12:30 p.m.

Third write a cover letter stating who you are, why you believe a Universal Hour of Peace should be declared in your city/state, and asking your government leader to join with other leaders supporting this noble endeavor. Give contact information for you and for the School of Metaphysics World Headquarters, Windyville, MO 65783 417-345-8411.

Wait for a response. Sometimes the government office will call, sometimes they just mail the proclamation. If we receive it, notice will be posted here at this site and you will receive a parchment copy of the Universal Peace Covenant suitable for framing for your home or office. If they send it to you please forward to us so we can include all original proclamations in our Wall of Peace in our new Peace Dome on the College of Metaphysics Campus.

Thank you for your help. We will change the world, one person at a time.


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