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Invitation to all students between the ages of 13-29
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9:30-11:30am Poetry & music
12:00-2:00pm Art & Design
9:00-11:00am Mixed Media & Photography
11:30-2:00pm Panel Discussion
A 100TPC event Sunday, Feb. 28th organized by Horiundo Forastereo (Chema), Naucalpan, México with Faruk Buzhala virtual participation in Ferizaj, Kosovo!
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Article By: Lisa Vihos
In the summer of 2015, I traveled to Salerno, Italy, for the inaugural conference of 100 Thousand Poets for Change (100TPC). Eighty poet-organizers came from across the globe—Egypt, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, and the U.S.—to share experiences, learn from each other, and discuss how to better employ poetry as a catalyst for positive change in a troubled world…
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Poetry and music that ask you to envision a better world.
Poets include Donna Emerson, Jayro Dyer, Jim Fitch, Corlene van Sluizer, Shepherd Bliss, Gor Yaswen, Connie Madden, Paul Nicholson, Vylma Ginzberg and Clare Morris. Music will be provided by keyboardist Eki Shola.
Feb. 26th-Friday 7 PM – 9 PM
Gaia’s Garden, 1899 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa (at the corner in front of Community Market and next to The Last Record Store)
February 21st Kumasi, Ghana
January 26th Genova, Italy!
Reading, concert and day of remembrance- “At the Table with Anne Frank”
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Morocco Poetry Caravan updates…
tantan : february 2nd
smara : february 3rd
terfaya : february 4th
boujdour : february 5th
Organizer name : Khadija laabidi naha, on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/khadijalaabidi.naha
World Leaders have committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years…
Fugitive Flags Initiative in Vienna!
Photos from call on Sept. 24th 2015- Fly a white flag (e.g. made of napkins, bed linen, table cloth,…) from your window or balcony. It should say “refugees welcome” and “100 000 poets for change”.