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Jamie Foxx Supports World Peace And Release Of New Documentary

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In today’s celebrity-obsessed world, the famous folks of Hollywood have a wonderful platform to discuss important issues in our society. Earlier this fall, Jamie Foxx spoke about achieving a dream that many people share: world peace. Jamie was helping to support Love Sees No Color – a documentary by Fred Nassiri filmed through various countries to promote world peace.

Fred also created the website IWantPeace.com with the goal “to be the first online portal that brings likeminded charities and organizations together to educate, gain exposure, and allow the online community to participate and donate in their unique charity and its individual platform.”

Foxx was asked what he would do with a billion dollars and he said, “If I had a billion dollars, I would throw a big party. …and then let people have a voice. Get a whole lot of microphones from all over the world. Imagine microphones in every part of the world, and [Africans] talk about how they felt, about waking up today and how good they feel and what they want out of life. And only good things, you know. I would do something like that.”

If you’re excited about world peace (I mean who isn’t?), make sure you visit IWantPeace.com and put some money where your mouth is. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to charity!

via: looktothestars.org

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