Peace Panel Project
The Peace Panel Project (PPP) is a traveling sidewalk graphics art show designed to educate and inspire new activism. It confronts the abuse of governmental and corporate power; domestic violence; foreign policy violence; and environmental issues.
The purpose of the Peace Panel Project (PPP) is to to build the movement toward peace and justice. The main themes of the PPP are Nonviolent Communication, Ruses For War, Better World Shopping, Project Censored, awareness of military spending and activities, reinstatement of the "Fairness Doctrine," and now environmental issues. The PPP serves college students of the Central Valley and citizens at large.
PPP's goal is to help build the Green-Peace movement in the Central Valley to the percentage size that it is in Germany (20%)!
Access to reliable and useful information has become increasingly difficult since the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which officially ended the legal requirement for accuracy in news, and allowed news organizations to consolidate and operate with a profit motive, rather than as a public service.
The Peace Panel Project (PPP) offers accurate and under-reported information about the issues of our day by an engaging and original means that prioritizes the direct, interactive and personal communication not available via mainstream or online social media.
PPP plans to exhibit at nine colleges in the next 12 months, as well as several peace activist events.
PPP welcomes volunteers or interns an hour a week or more to work on PPP's Facebook postings; blog postings; maintenance of the easels and panels; designing new panels; publicity; set up and break down of exhibits.