"To Inspire World Peace Through the Benevolent Uses of Technology"
The mission of World Peace Through Technology Organization (popularly known as the 'Peace Tour') is to promote global peace among all nations by showcasing the latest in communication, education and other benevolent technologies via our proposed Mobile Education Gallery or MEG.
The Peace Tour will demonstrate these technologies in a Technology Pavilion by: Providing educational and entertainment programming to attendees. Promoting the uses of Wireless Internet technology ('Wi-Fi') to address 'Digital Divide' issues. Providing a forum for the demonstration of advanced technology in wireless space to mobile devices.
The overall objective of this project is to promote global peace among all nations by showcasing early 21st century technology -- during the most auspicious time ever -- the millennium. Its implications are broadening, yet its aim is simple: netcast live transmissions daily from various parts of the world over the Internet. Promote cultural heritage. Donate free learning seminars. Actively demonstrate cutting-edge technology in video, audio, satellite relay, and virtual communities. Above all else, the World Peace and Technology Tour is about creating a oneness with all people on this planet.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION:
The World Peace Through Technology Organization is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for charitable purposes. The specific purpose for which this corporation is organized and our Mission Statement is to "inspire world peace through the benevolent uses of technology." This corporation is organized and operated exclusively for educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Please visit our website for more information on WPTTO: www.peacetour.org
... and the main project of the WPTTO is the annual springtime "How Weird Street Faire" in San Francisco, CA: www.howweird.org