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Act, but act creatively

anon — August 1983

Demonstrations, marches and rallies are occasions for us to express our anger, sorrow, humanity and solidarity, as well as our determination to have our concerns recognized and dealt with. The success of these gatherings depends on the energy and creativity that each individual contributes and comes away with.

As the peace movement grows, and as more people become involved, we need ideas on how people can creatively participate in these occasions.

If you’ve got an original idea, send a brief description to us, along with your name and phone number if you want to he involved. We’re keeping a file on ideas for organizers and individuals to use.

Ideas can he funny or serious. So far, we’ve received such ideas as:

We’ll he publishing some of the best ideas in a future issue of The Peace Calendar, and the originator of the most creative idea will win a Human T-shirt. To enter the contest, contact the Creative Capers Contest, CANDIS, 10 Trinity Square, Toronto M5G 1B1.

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