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ONELOVEfor…Music 2009 Campaign

Sep 11, 2009

ONELOVEfor…Music Mission

Modp_0909_01_o+one_love_for_music_2009_campaign+logo Photo 2/2   |   ONELOVEfor…Music 2009 Campaign is a Social Business that promotes peace and unity through the celebration of music, by showcasing emerging and established artists from across the globe.

Radio Campaign Overview

ONELOVEfor…Music aspires to unite 1 billion people in collective consciousness for three minutes in recognition of the ever-increasing need for cultural unity in our world. We aim to achieve this by simply asking radio stations around the world to play Bob Marley's legendary song, "One Love", at exactly the same time within their time zone, 09:21 AM, on September 21, 2009, creating a wave of positivity around the globe over a 24-hour period. This will take place on the United Nations Sanctioned International Day of Peace.

ONELOVEfor…Music Overview

ONELOVEfor...Music promotes emerging talent in music, film and art through grass-roots initiatives involving our local, national and international communities. Launched in 2008, ONELOVEfor…Music collaborated with radio stations across the globe, to celebrate the UN-sanctioned International Day of Peace. This year, the organization is planning an even broader campaign in collaboration with national and international radio broadcasters.

ONELOVEfor...Music has expanded its operational base over the last 12 months with like-minded and high profile individuals and has outlined an ambitious plan to unite the world for three minutes in song. ONELOVEfor...Music believes that through song it is possible to raise the collective consciousness about the importance of cultural and social understanding between all countries. Delivering their message through the universal language of the arts, and aligning with individuals and companies who share their vision, ONELOVEfor...Music is truly a substantial and positive organization for change.

On Sept.26th ONELOVEfor…Music are presenting a U.N backed event, There is an Art to Change, which will showcase 7 cutting-edge bands, 12 visual artists, and 3 filmmakers in an evening of celebration at BoxEight Gallery in Los Angeles. 100% of our net proceeds will be donated to Global Angels, a children’s charity. In fact, $1.00 of every ticket sold goes directly to give a child clean water for a year. (

How You Can Help

Join ONELOVEfor…Music this year in support of the International Day of Peace by sponsoring our organization.

Please participate by playing “One Love” on Sept.21, 2009 at 9:21 am and pm local time. Contact us to let us know of your participation and we will put your station or organization on our website with a link to a page of your choice.

Promote our event on Sept.26th and help spread the word about ONELOVEfor…Music.

For more information please visit

Commit to sponsoring the event that celebrates the world uniting in three minutes of peace that will roll across the globe hour by hour. The time you give to the organization will touch millions of people and help us create the harmony of unity that our world so desperately needs right now.

Please let us know if you are interested in supporting us.


Marisa Nawir



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