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From Lady (a weekly magazine, Republic of Uzbekistan):

Micky Moore Participates in "The Peace Autograph" Project

January 13, 2011

The article below, by Anatoly Ionesov, the Director of the International Museum of Peace and Solidarity in the Republic of Uzbekistan, appeared in the popular weekly family magazine, "Lady," that is circulated throughout Uzbekistan. This January 13, 2011 article, in Russian, introduces Micky, provides a career profile, mentions his memoir and highlights the message he sent for the museum's "The Peace Autograph" project. The article appears on the back cover of the publication in a special column dedicated to the project.

The International Museum of Peace and Solidarity is a non-profit, non-governmental institution committed to universal human values, dedicated to the promotion of peace through citizen diplomacy, culture and arts, and to the empowerment of people to get involved in the process of creation of a better future for humanity. "The Peace Autograph" is a truly universal collection of signed photographs, personal messages/visions and autographed works of people worldwide who have contributed significantly to the creation of a better world. The collection contains representation from outstanding individuals in the arts, entertainment, science, medicine, politics, business, religion, news media, and sports. Micky's autographed book and message of peace sit along side of hundreds of submissions by diverse notables such as Maya Angelou, author; Edward M. Kennedy, U.S. Senator; Ravi Shankar and Phil Collins, musicians; and Robert Furchgott, Nobel Laureate (Medicine).

Micky is honored to support the project and have his career, life and message of peace highlighted in Lady.