Campaign to Print the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Into Passports

Given that less than 5% of the world knows of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights existence at this time, it seems that the only way to get the document seriously distributed is through the passports.
What I want is for governments to own their own document. It is for all people, but governments need to acknowledge its existence. Because passports are the official representation of government, if the declaration is in all passports, it becomes an official documentation of the world.
I would like you to WRITE A SIMPLE LETTER of this affect, asking your senator, congressmen and our new government to do this. If the United States Government were to do this, it would send a good signal to the rest of the world that we intend to live by international standards and would signal that the new government is quite serious about protecting the rights of all people.
All it takes to get this done is a presidential order. It doesn't need any new legislation.

Thanks for your support,
Jack Healey

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Our Hope in Obama, Our Hearts to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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in The Huffington Post

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr drove this nation to its own truth, namely that all people are created equal. Once equal, then he asks us to dance to the higher tunes; rule of law, nonviolence, protection of the weakest of us. He knew and preached that human service, the taking care of one another, was the highest calling. Enrichment began in healthy and helping exchanges. The poor are not the objects of our affections but the fellow travelers just like us and they have much to give; their time, their love, their poetry, their thoughts, and their very lives. The contract between people to be decent to one another is the thread by which we must live. And not just us, we must demand of our governments the same standards they ask of us.

We miss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr each day. His day, our day, asks each of us to stand up for decency and justice and non violence in our time, in our community, in our family, and in our world.

The “clarion call” by Causecast for a “day of service” is clear and righteous and I hope spreads across the land that still needs its truth to be practiced in all of our lives, enriched by this single and mighty force called Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Watch me speak of freedom, Dr. Martin Luther King, and my hope in President Elect Obama.

Jack Healey is a Causecast Leader is a dedicated and passionate individual, a change-maker, living each day to make a significant positive impact in our world. Causecast leaders include athletes, celebrities, artists, students, musicians, politicians, teachers, mothers and more — people who are committed to change and give their time, service, resources and influence for the betterment of tomorrow.

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