Have you visited our PeacePage yet? Just look up at the menu listing above this blog. You’ll see the link for that very cool web page here on our site. We’ve had enough success in less than one year as host of the PeacePage that we had to add a second page to it, simply called PeacePage2. I’m telling you all this today because we’ve posted a few new photos this week. Here’s a direct link to check them out: http://thehumanityproject.com/peacepage/peacepage2/ At the top of that page, you’ll see a photo from Madagascar. Below that, there’s a picture from Afghanistan and then an adorable shot of three young girls from Germany. Oh, yes — just in case you don’t know what these photographs are all about, let me explain. In collaboration with our good friend and member, Haikaa Yamamoto of Brazil, the Humanity Project contacted nonprofit groups from every continent, including Antarctica. These organizations contributed photos for the PeacePage, pictures that reveal something meaningful about the humanity we all share. Then the Humanity Project also posted shots by individual contributors from around the globe. We will be putting up more photos as the months go by, from other groups and from other individuals. But for now, well, just take a look at both PeacePage2 and the original PeacePage. You’ll see something you recognize in these faces. You’ll see yourself.
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