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John Lennon’s sons and Yoko Ono revive ‘Give Peace a Chance’ to help UN

by Pat Coate | November 06, 2009
"I am delighted to see that a song so closely identified with the pursuit of peace, will shine a light on the United Nations’ peacebuilding efforts and financially support PBF projects."
- Heraldo Muñoz, UN peacebuilding official

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono recording the anti-war anthem Give Peace a Chance with the Plastic Ono Band, the United Nations announced today that the proceeds from the release of a commemorative single will garner funds for its peacebuilding efforts in countries emerging from conflict.

The special anniversary edition digital single will be available to download from iTunes through the end of the year.

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