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“It is my fond hope that this exhibit carries and expires to realize your personal capacity to serve as a agent of change for the benefit of all humanity”

Dr. Walter E. Massey - President, Morehouse College
“The connection between Thoreau and Gandhi, connection between Gandhi and King his beliefs all three of these men’s ideals are embodied in SGI President, Daisaku Ikeda”

Dr. Lawrence E. Carter- Dean Martin Luther King Jr.,
International Chapel – Morehouse College
“ It is our duty to pass on the spiritual awakening of Gandhi and King”
SGI President Daisaku Ikeda – Message World Tribune Press, April 27, 2001

“There is an awesome connection”
Bob Hughes – The Hughes Group of Washington, D.C.
“The public will gain a better understanding and appreciation for global nature of struggle for freedom”
Mayor Campbell, Atlanta Georgia

“In the lacuna that exists in our conflict ridden world, I think that the least we can do as citizens of this global village, with whatever experiences we have been blessed, or acquired over the years, is to search for common ground for peace and development in the context of our common humanity”
Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan – Speech Global Organization
Oct. 10, 2003 - -In Amman

“This was an amazing experience, I was impressed with the spirit behind the entire event”
Herbie Hancock – Grammy Award Winning Jazz Musician

“It’s nice to see some positive stuff being put out there, since we’re the future, we should have a say”
Mahehwarie Goppaul – Student viewing, Aug. 2003 –
Columbus University

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