To bring diverse community people together while promoting PEACE, LOVE and RESPECT for all, promote togetherness while finding ways to end the divisive and destructive attitudes, and to stir the positive practices that unites all regardless of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, genetic information, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or status as a veteran.
We seek partnerships with individuals, community nonprofits, businesses and companies who will compliment our effort in promoting peace, love and respect for all, and to help make a difference in the humanitarian needs of the poor in our community and beyond. We offer diverse levels of sponsorship engagement and exposure through our tiers of sponsorship, Platinum/ Gold/ Bronze/ Corporate/ Small business and In-kind or Direction donation. Also to maximize your exposure needs we can customize these packages to meet your specific goals. If you are interested in partnering with us, from the press, interested in sponsoring the event or participating as an event vendor, please contact us using the form on the contact page or download the sponsorship letter.
It was a great event! All races and religions were together, and there was a beautiful spirit of love, peace and unity!
Not like the other festivals, it is on the street (bring your lawn chair & umbrella), no junk food vendors, you enjoy it if you’re someone like me who don’t care for junk. Family oriented event, the children listened to a storyteller by name of Barbara White I could rightly remember.
This is now my favorite event besides the International Folk Festival and Dogwood. Great Food from Taste of West Africa. Fantastic people. Beautiful!!!
Very nice event. It was great that I could bring my dog, Slicky, as she had as nice a time as I did. I feel so in my element with other like-minded people.
I love anything that has to do with peace, so I went to the African World Peace Music Festival event in Downtown Fayetteville today. It was nothing compared to what I expected. This was the first event and it was well organized with great music, lots of people and the energy very loving! Great summer afternoon event here in town. I am surely coming back next year and Fayetteville need to support it.
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