Are you greater than the sun
that shines on everyone: Black,
Brown, Yellow, Red and White
the sun does not discriminate.
See 800 children singing World Unity, Inc.’s song, and even performing the verse in sign language! “We All See the Stars,” by John Ciambriello and inspired by the Sun poem written by Sara Ting.
Our song was performed at the MassKids 2018 Conference by High school students from the Framingham Choir. It was the first time our song was performed by high school students.
"Are you greater than the Sun, that shines on everyone; Black, Brown, Yellow, Red and White,
the Sun does not discriminate."
Sara Ting © 1985
The Sun Poem is the inspiration.
World Unity Inc. is looking at multiple communities as a possible site for the World Unity Landmark. They each provide unique opportunities.
In 1985, the Sun Poem was the centerpeice of a public service campaign.
A multimedia campaign publicize the poem on Television, Radio, the Mass transit, and on billboards throughout the city...
Was the winning song in the national song writing contest. Written by singer/song writer John Ciambriello. Participants had to use the Sun poem and make it come alive in a song that was 2 minutes or less.
World Unity Inc. reached out to over 420 Art schools and the Art department of colleges and Universities across the country!
The winner of the National Poster Contest is Lynette Slapes.
"You cannot solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it. You must stand on higher ground."
World Unity Inc. has a powerful message that speaks to everyone's consciousness ...
Help us share the PSA for TV and Radio across the Country!
We have a timeless message that is universal. It helps us see our common humanity...
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was truly an inspiration to us all.
She was a Missionary and Founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity. She won the Nobel prize for Peace in 1979...
The City of Boston is experiencing phenomenal growth. Between 2010 and 2014, our population grew by six percent, adding nearly 40,000 new residents and growing twice as quickly as the nation...
Imagine if all the children in America and around the world learned this song and it lived in their hearts into adulthood the impact it could have on the next generation!
"DivaMentoringdivas" performed their "dance of the Light" for the first time at the World Unity Inc's 21st Annual Diversity and Inclusion Gala.
World Unity, Inc. collaborated with the Boston Architectural College on a design competition. The winning concept conveys the Sun Poem in a strong visual design concept.
Impact in Narobi Kenya
A colorful night of live music performances celebrating diversity and unity.
"Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend."
World Unity welcomes volunteers who want to support our initiatives