The Global Peace Museum (GPM)
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The Global Peace Museum celebrates the goodness of our Global Family.
The Global Peace Museum (GPM) is an Atlanta: City of Peace (ACP) project which will especially focus upon the many positive things going on around the world and within our Global Family. Fact: The majority (most) of the sisters & brothers of our Global Family are very nice. The GPM will propel Global Citizenship, Justice and Peace by educating us about our Global Family's advancements in teamwork, tourism, trade, and travel. It will also help all to celebrate and promote the great peace legacies of Gandhi & Dr. King, two of the world's most admired peace-builders.
NOTE: In advance of developing an actual GPM bricks-and-mortar institution, we are first developing the GPM into: "The World’s Biggest Virtual Peace Museum." Nationally-ranked web design companies & consultancies are herein invited to contact us with proposals. We are in the process of planning/developing grand-scale and smaller GPM exhibit concepts. An integral component to all the concepts is promoting the idea that we are essentially one big & beautiful Global Family.
Building the GPM bricks-and-mortar institution in Atlanta will propel forward our city's international peace legacy. Fact: "ATL: The World’s Busiest Airport" (with 100+ million annual passengers) also propels tourism is the world's biggest peace industry. Our success probability is accentuated.
Our ideal location in Atlanta is 8-acres within this amazing new 165-acre development of Egbert Perry's Integral Group LLC, which is at the old GM Plant near 'Spaghetti Junction' near I-285 and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Verner Johnson. Inc., one of the world’s top museum design firms, is an interested contender in designing the museum, but we need a visionary philanthropist to make our DREAM become reality and claim naming rights. "Gates Global Peace Museum" is an example.
We have alternative location, a prime seven-acre plot, that is exactly between the airport and Georgia International Convention Center. This GPM site-option will be readily accessible by the ATL Sky Train and MARTA-Atlanta's rapid transit. You may see Verner Johnson's prospective design in this document; the first two pages of our feasibility study. We invite and welcome prospective designs from everyone and invite you to connect with us on Facebook too: The Global Peace Museum (GPM).