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The 'Make it Right!' campaign was launched two years ago when Stephen researched the peace sign, its origins and its history, including its place as a logo of the 1960's generation.
I decided to give the peace sign a new design that would encourage dialogue about peace, begin the conversation again. The peace sign is not a fashion, it is a reminder.... together, in our daily lives in the world, to never stop trying to "Make it Right!"
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May Peace flow like a river as these dedicated and loving individuals, walking on behalf of all humanity, complete their months long journey on foot to New York City on May 2nd. They will end their journey at the foot of the United Nations, joining thousands of peace activists from all over the country and the world. Among the activists will be survivors and descendants of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It is time for the world to listen to these voices of forgiveness of the past and hope for the future. The Nuclear event is at the unfortunate outcome of mankind's worst attributes and opposes everything beautiful, sublime and worthy of being cherished in life. The peace sign has come in many ways to represent all that is positive though it was first created to stop the worst of all human tragedy. 'Make it Right!' is about helping to build solidarity for peace by stimulating thought conversation and action with an updated version of the peace sign.
Stephen Oliver, May 1st 2010
The New Peace Sign finds a new home in South Boston
The "Make it Right" peace symbol was adapted to a peace in the community campaign in Boston's Franklin Park. Teens at Franklin Park Youth Center, the Boston Police Department, Boston Public Housing Authority and North American Family Institute celebrated their collaboration to rebuild and bring peace to the community with "Making it Right" t-shirts designed by Stephen Oliver. The youth voted to place the sign on the teen center basketball court.
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