Calling 1000 volunteers to join the Peace Mural (Manila)
Calling Protected content to join the painting of the longest Peace Mural in the world that will cover the walls of EDSA, Bonny Serrano and White Plains.
Register now by clicking this link: Protected content .
For Group Registration please download this form Protected content and send back to Protected content .
Deadline of registration is on May 20,2013.
For questions and inquiries please contact Mr. Ralph Ivan Samson at Protected content or Protected content send an email to Protected content .
Join the Lakbay para sa KapaYapaAN in EDSA! Register now and see you there! :)
Sama sama nating buhayin ang lansangan sa kulay ng KAPAYAPAAN!
On May 26, please don't forget to bring the following:
1. 1 pc 2 inches brush
2. Used PET bottles cut into half / plastic cups ( for the paints )
3. Hygiene Kit ( sunblock, alcohol, wipes etc.)
4. Water Bottle ( Water refilling stations will be provided in the area )
5. Snacks (Only lunch will be provided)
6. Hat/Cap/Umbrella and extra clothes.
The target is more or less 3,770 meters, which according to research would be the longest peace mural in Asia and even in the whole world. The first Guinness record attempt for the world’s longest mural for peace was back in Protected content Chile where young graffiti artists from around the world converged on the country’s capital. Chile’s Wall for Peace was around 1,000 meters of graffitis over one weekend, with the participation of between Protected content 500 young artists on themes to do with peace, nuclear disarmament and non-violence.
Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue or commonly known as EDSA is one of the major National Highways in Metro Manila. It connects the major cities such as Pasay, Manila, Makati, Taguig in the South, Mandaluyong, Pasig, San Juan in the Center, Caloocan and Quezon City in the North. It is also the longest and congested highway in the Metropolis since it bridges the business and industrial centers that further worsens the traffic situation especially during rush hours. According to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), EDSA handles an average of 316, Protected content daily, and an average of 2.34 million vehicles go through EDSA everday.