The material for this international traveling art installation, "Peace Flags in the Wind" is a non-traditional one. It’s not canvas, sculpture, or clay… It's people of all races, sizes, cultures, religions, disabilities, political beliefs, and ethnicities and their beautiful individuality, originality, and imagination that lies within each and every one of us organically. Participants will create their own peace flag representing earth’s elements similar to the Tibetan Prayer flags. Each flag created is different from the next but strung together, they all stand connected as one united unbreakable string and piece of art, sending all their individual messages simultaneously. After the Parliament, the flags will travel across the world releasing prayers for peace.