Category Archives: UNITED STATES

John Gallaher and Maryfrances Wagner- Writer’s Place- Kansas City, Missouri

ORGANIZERS: Maryfrances Wagner Programming Chair for The Writers Place and John Gallaher LOCATION: 3607 PENNSYLVANIA, KANSAS CITY, MO 64111, (816) 753-1090 100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE Saturday, September 30, 2017 4:00pm 10:00pm This is an international event, and over 100,000 poets … Continue reading

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Just Buffalo Writing Center (Hannah Nathanson and Robin Jordan), Buffalo, New York 2017

ORGANIZERS: Just Buffalo Writing Center (Hannah Nathanson and Robin Jordan) CONTACT: GENERAL IDEA: This 100,000 Poets and Artists for Change event will be entirely youth-centric. Organized by young writers of the Just Buffalo Writing Center, the event will … Continue reading

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Brett Hutchins- From The Ground Up Community Garden- Pensacola, Florida 2017

ORGANIZER: Brett Hutchins CONTACT: ORGANIZATION: From The Ground Up Community Garden

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Justin Booth- Austin, Texas 2017


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Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival with 100TPC-2017

  ORGANIZERS: Joyce Jenkins and Kirk Lumpkin CONTACT:  

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Pirene’s Fountain-ESSAYS by 2011 Organizers

    Pirene’s Fountain  A Journal of Poetry Feature: 100 Thousand Poets for Change-Guest edited by  Larry Sawyer   Essays and other writings by 100 TPC organizers. Larry Sawyer Steve Dalachinsky Barbara Barg Nana Nestoros Zachary Kluckman Mujeeb Jaihoon Richard Kraweic Menka Shivdasani … Continue reading

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A Wetland Poetry Revival- “I’M WITH MOTHER EARTH”- 100TPC NEW ORLEANS, MAY 14, 2017

ORGANIZER: Dennis Formento CONTACT:  

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Charlie Rossiter- Bennington, Vermont 2017

ORGANIZER: Charlie Rossiter CONTACT: 100K Poets, Musicians and Artists for Change All-Genre Open Mic September 30, 2017 7:00 pm 108 School St., Bennington, VT* Since 2011, 100K Poets for Change has been an annual world-wide happening made up of … Continue reading

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100 Thousand Poets and Musicians for Change Benefit for Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild at Junction at Monroe

COMPLETE BIOS OF PERFORMERS… Ryley Smith is described by her label Cat Family Records as “The six-string siren that reaped Jeff Buckley’s soul.” Her EP from Cat Family is coming out soon. Ryley Smith collaborates with a variety of musicians … Continue reading

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Susan Lamont Celebrates Diversity of Sonoma County, 100 Thousand Poets for Change, Feb. 26, Gaia’s Garden 2017

Organizer: Susan Lamont


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Danny Shot and Eliot Katz: Issyra African Art Gallery, Hoboken, New Jersey 2017

ORGANIZERS: Danny Shot and Eliot Katz CONTACT: TIME AND LOCATION: Saturday, September 30 at 7 pm at: Issyra African Art Gallery 300 Observer Hwy Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

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Kat Copeland- Midland/Odessa (Permian Basin), Texas 2017

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ORGANIZER: Sherjan Ahmad



Our Pianist, Albert Ahlf comes from a Jazz background, he’s influenced by musicians such as Bill Evans, Miles Davis and Louis Armstrong. Our Drummer, Taylor Simpson is a classically trained musician and also plays Jazz and rock. He’s influenced by musicians such as Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Jeff Porcaro and Led Zeppelin. Our Bass player/Vocalist, Charlotte Harrow is also a classically trained vocalist, she’s influenced by a lot of folk musicians such as Belle and Sebastian, Ruth Moodyand The Wailin’ Jenny’s. Our Rhythm Guitar player, Imraan Ahmad Khan is influenced by musicians such as Radiohead, Local Natives, James Blake and Jeff Buckley. And i’m the Lead Guitarist/Vocalist of the band and i’m influenced by Eastern Qawwali music and Western Rock Music. Artists such as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Junoon, Coldplay, U2 and The Beatles.


Nyack Unity Concert Gives Hope

by Jocelyn Jane Cox

In this current political enviroment filled with rancor and disagreement, it’s good to know that people are also coming together. Five local bands played in the name of unity at Nyack’s First Reformed Church on Jan 14 with all proceeds benefiting Planned Parenthood and Helping Hands. I was lucky enough to catch the tail end of this Unity Concert that featured Sammy Cannillo, Hold On, Caulfield, The Foxfires, Who Are They and The BeStills. It was more than just uplifting. It gave me hope.Unity Show

As Christian Diana of The Foxfires said, “The show was filled with people who were positive and supportive. The energy of the room was very synchronized. Sometimes shows can be stressful, but there was no stress with this; the spirit of unity seemed to take over.”

Can A Concert Promote Unity?

When I asked Sherjan Ahmad, one of the organizers of the event and the lead singer of the BeStills, why he helped to put this together, he said, “After the election I sensed a lot of negativity and polarization in our country and our community. . . . I said to myself, ‘What can I do in my community that can help bring some healing and unite us during these divisive times?’” He met with Pastor John Vandenoever, who is a guitar player himself and who was more than happy to help. “Things began to fall into place. . . . It’s a small step we’re taking to build awareness for celebrating diversity. America has always been a cultural melting pot and that’s one of its biggest strengths. This is our way of strengthening community through music.”

Ahmad, who is just 23 years old, has a stage presence and wisdom well beyond his years. He was born in Pakistan but has lived in Rockland County since 2002. He went to South Orangetown Middle School, Tappan Zee High School, and Purchase College. He told me that the first few years in the United States were tough because it was right after 9/11. “I was constantly bullied in school, kids would not give me a seat on the bus, they’d call me nasty names such as ‘Terrorist’ and ‘Osama’s son.’ I remember coming home one day, crying to my mom and telling her that ‘I don’t want to live here anymore, I don’t belong here.’ She told me to be strong and that things will get better if you try to build bridges. She was right because when I was 12 my dad bought me a guitar and that helped me share my passions, dreams, and stories with my classmates and that changed adversity to acceptance.”

This event was a direct and more public extension of that bridge-building his mother suggested 15 years ago.

Ahmad said that he, along with co-organizer Tyler Lamphere, of Hold On, Caulfield, put together this list of bands based on their having done charitable work in the past. “Most importantly, their music reflects the message of love and community.”

When my friend and I walked in, the BeStills were just taking the stage. Their music is about hope and love. It’s upbeat and combines the influences of Coldplay, U2, Fleetwood Mac, Radiohead, and The Beatles. One song they performed, “Hearts Don’t Break,” begins, “Young hearts trying to see the light/But there’s darkness everywhere. You fall hard, you never give up / They keep pushing you away.”

Between sets, Ahmad was gracious, and quoted Martin Luther King. Ahmad describes his bandmates (pianist Albert Ahlf, drummer Taylor Simpson, bass player/vocalist Charlotte Harrow, rhythm guitar player Imraan Ahmad Khan) as his best friends. They grew up in the same town. “All of our paths crossed because of our love and passion for music. The unique thing about our band is that we’re very diverse in terms of our backgrounds, cultures, and musical tastes.”

One of the most powerful moments came at the very end of the show, when members from all of the bands, mostly 20-somethings, got on stage together to sing John Lennon’s “Imagine” (pictured above). The song did the impossible: It made me hopeful.

A few days after the show, when I asked Ahmad how he thought it went, he said he was pleased not only by the amount of money that they raised but also the way people came together. He loved seeing all the other bands perform. They had to cancel the show the week before due to snow, and it started snowing and getting icy on the rescheduled night as well, but he said, “people still came out and they stayed until the end. One mother and daughter came up to me afterwards and said they had driven 40 minutes to get there and they were glad they did.”

Ahmad believes we can all bring some light to the world, that we can all bring small changes to our circles, whether we’re doctors or teachers or musicians. “If we do this,” he said, “little by little, it all adds up.”

These are wise words from this 23 year-old. And this kind of optimism and belief in unity? Completely contagious. Keep your eye out for all of these bands as they release records and perform locally and beyond. This is our country’s future, and it looks very promising.

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Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke-Detroit, Michigan 2016

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Lonnie Buerge – Kansas City, Missouri 2016


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Kimberly Burnham -Spokane, Washington 2916

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Laura Madeline Wiseman-Omaha, Nebraska-2016

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Curtis Glatter – Ypsilanti, Michigan 2016


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Eccentrich Chery- Pompano, Florida 2016

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Yvonne De La Vega– Los Angeles, California 2016

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Valerie Nieman- Greensboro, North Carolina 2016

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100TPC Tallahassee, Florida Pre-Inauguration Poetry Readings, 4 Events 2017

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Eliot Katz, Vivian Demuth and Danny Shot- Hoboken, New Jersey 2016

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Lena McNeil – Pensacola, Florida 2016


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Michelle Regalado Deatrick-Ann Arbor, Michigan 2016

ORGANIZER: Michelle Regalado Deatrick CONTACT: Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Paul Corman-Roberts-Oakland, California 2016

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Beth Sheffield – Greensboro, North Carolina 2016


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Poet On Watch -Newark, New Jersey 2016


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Shereen Renee-Columbus, Georgia 2016


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Bob Hanson- Neshkoro WI 2016


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Odilia Gavilan Rodriguez -Davis, California 2016

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Theresa Rawlings – Alvin, Texas 2016

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Shingi Mavima-Grand Rapids, Michigan 2016

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Starchild Atlanta, Georgia 2016


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Elizabeth MacDuffie- Meat For Tea -Easthampton, Massachusetts 2016

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MAqueila Lewis- Liminal- Oakland, CA 2016

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Virginia Barrett Outrage! San Francisco, CA 2016

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Joshua Medsker-Bayonne, New Jersey 2016


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Charles Williams, Los Angeles, CA 2016

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Susan Lamont, Working Class Blues, 100 Thousand Poets for Change at Gaia’s Garden, January 22, 2016

Organizer: Susan Lamont

The next 100 Thousand Poets for Change is Sunday afternoon (exact time later), January 22nd. That is two days after the Trump inauguration (shudder). The official theme is Working Class Blues and we’ve had a few sign-ups already. I expect some presidential politics will sneak in as well what with these themes being rather closely connected. Some of you just might have something to say! Let me know! – Peace, Susan


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Michela Herbert and Ugochi Egonu -WE ARE THE HEART- San Anselmo, California 2016

ORGANIZER: Michela Herbert and Ugochi Egonu  CONTACT: PROJECT NAME: We Are the Heart

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The purpose of this GLOBAL ACTION CALENDAR is to create a global awareness of the many important events and actions taking place in arts communities around the world that intend to change the narrative of civilization from war, racism, misogyny, and ecological destruction to a narrative of peace, justice and sustainability. We hope this GLOBAL ACTION CALENDAR will be a great source of creative ideas and empowerment and help create positive change.

Please post your event details for the GLOBAL ACTION CALENDAR in the Comment Box below the calendar. Include the name of your event, event description, venue name, event location, time and date and any available contact information. This calendar is open to ALL artists of ALL disciplines. All event listings will appear within 2 hours of posting. 

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The RESISTANCE POETRY WALL has been opened in response to the call by many for an open place to post poetry and art about the recent USA elections. Poets and artists from around the world are invited to post their work here. Feel free to share this link.

The poetry and art posted on the WALL are not limited to the USA elections. There are many issues that concern us all and we welcome your contribution to this page.

Post your poems  in the comment box at the bottom of the page. Your poem will appear on the WALL in approximately 1 hour.

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Graciela Vega -Watsonville, California 2016

ORGANIZER: Graciela Vega CONTACT: Poetry Book Launch featuring Poet Dr. Gabriella Gutierrez y Muhs September 23, 2016  at Second Street Coffee House in Watsonville, CA 95076      

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Monica Claire Antoine- Chester, New York 2016

0rganizer: Monica Claire Antoine Contact: Join us for a special reading at The Green Onion Organic Farm Market and Art Gallery Space (8 Greycourt Avenue, Chester, NY 10918) as we join 100 Thousand Poets for Change on Saturday, October … Continue reading

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Sarah Browning-Split This Rock-Washington, DC 2016

ORGANIZER: Sarah Browning and Split This Rock CONTACT:  Support Split This Rock  Please support Split This Rock and help bring poetry to the center of public life – where it belongs! Donations are fully tax-deductible.Click here to donate. Or send … Continue reading

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Mama Cassie Lopez-We Tell Our Stories Sistahs Film Collective- Oakland, CA 2016

Organizer: Mama Cassie Lopez Contact: We Tell Our Stories Sistahs Film Collective Time and Date: Friday- Sept 30th 6:30-8:30 at 6501 Telegraph at the Niebyl Proctor Library.  

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Susan Lamont- Gaia’s Garden- Santa Rosa California, October 28th, 2016

ORGANIZER: Susan Lamont CONTACT: Friday, October 28th and the theme is love. We’re emphasizing the complicated side of love – though you can do hearts and flowers, if you want. The theme is inspired by a mural on a wall … Continue reading

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Tikvah Feinstein -Taproot Writer’s Workshop Inc.-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2016

ORGANIZER: Tikvah Feinstein CONTACT: Tikvah Feinstein, director, organized the event held at Laughlin Memorial Library, Ambridge, PA

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Lee Ballinger_ LA Radio Studio- Los Angeles, CA 2016

Lee Ballinger- Los Angeles, California DONE The 100,000 Poets and Musicians radio show will be broadcast to the world on Saturday from noon to 3 PM Pacific Standard Time. Coming to you live from the LA Radio Studio in the … Continue reading

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Billie Duncan- Houston, Texas 2016

ORGANIZER: Billie Duncan CONTACT:   Houston’s 100 Thousand Poets for Change and 100 Thousand Musicians for Change will recognize the international day of celebration with a 100TPC & 100TMC blended performance and concert featuring readings by top Houston poets … Continue reading

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Chris Bodor-St. Augustine, Florida 2016

ORGANIZER: Chris Bodor CONTACT: How can we encourage change with our words? What are some of the things that we would like to change? The written word’s potential to change will be examined. The Ancient City Poets and Women … Continue reading

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Maw Shein Win -Tim Donnelly, co host El Cerrito, CA 2016

ORGANIZER: Maw Shein Win CONTACT: 100 Thousand Poets for Change in El Cerrito! Readers: Heather Bourbeau, Derek Lassiter, Mari L’Esperance, Kirk Lumpkin, Peggy Morrison, and Tess Taylor When? Saturday, September 24, 3 – 5 pm Where? The Scene, 10700 … Continue reading

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Bob Moore- Exeter UU Church-Exeter, New Hampshire, October 1, 2016

ORGANIZER: Bob Moore CONTENTS: One Hundred Thousand Poets for Change to be held at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter on Saturday, October 1st. The 6th annual One Hundred Thousand Poet for Change (100 TPC) event will be … Continue reading

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Red Rover Reading Series, Chicago, Illinois 2016

ORGANIZER: 100 Thousand Poets for Change, Chicago Community Council 2016: Barbara Barg, Laura Goldstein, Jennifer Karmin, Toni Asante Lightfoot & Kenyatta Rogers CONTACT: Red Rover Reading Series Experiment #96: Know Your Rights A special event with 100 Thousand Poets … Continue reading

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Swapan Basu- Newark, New Jersey

Organizer:  Dr. Swapan Basu Contact: Newark Poetry Society 100 Thousand Poets For Change Sat, 24 Sept 2016 12:30 to 2:30 PM Newark Poetry Society Branch Brook Library 235 Clifton Ave. Newark, NJ 07104

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Jessica Wilson Cardenas -Los Angeles Poet Society presents 100TPC- Los Angeles, CA 2016

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Donna de la Perriere-San Francisco, CA 2016

ORGANIZER: Donna de la Perriere CONTACT: DATE & TIME: Saturday, September 24 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM LOCATION: Alley Cat Books 3036 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110  Join us as poets across the globe celebrate poetry to … Continue reading

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Laura Shovan and Linda Joy- Baltimore, Maryland, Oct. 4, 2016

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Jeffrey Martin and Los Angeles Poet Society- Tia Chucha Centro Cultural & Bookstore-Sylmar, CA 2016

ORGANIZER: Jeffery Martin, Los Angeles Poet Society and Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore CONTACT:   Date and Time, Friday, September 23 at 8 PM – 10 PM Location: Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore 13197 Gladstone Ave, Sylmar, … Continue reading

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100 Thousand Poets for Change – “Headquarters Event” -Tallahassee, Florida 2016

Organizers: Jay Snodgrass, Kristine Snodgrass, Emile Boghos, Geoff Bouvier, Terri Carrion and Michael Rothenberg Contact: 2 Locations Simultaneously! Black Dog on The Square (850-841-7778) – 567 Industrial Drive, Tallahassee, Fl. MC at Black Dog Emile Boghos-3-5 at Black Dog … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Poets Brigade-Operation Defend Education- Live, Chicago, Illinois 2016

ORGANIZER: Adam Gottlieb CONTACT:   Saturday, September 24 at 3 PM – 5 PM Young Chicago Authors, 1180 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60642   In coordination with hundreds of other events in dozens of countries participating in the … Continue reading

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Mathew Baker and Ann Keniston, Reno, Nevada 2016

Organizers: Mathew Baker and Ann Keniston Contact: Join the UNR MFA in Creative Writing students, local authors, and community members for our 100k Poets for Change event. Come celebrate poetry and the change it can create in our … Continue reading

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Charles Fishman, Veils, Halos & Shackles: International Poetry on the Oppression and Empowerment of Women, Bellport, New York 2016

ORGANIZER: Charles Fishman CONTACT:     2016 VHS Readings & Other Events F April 1, 3:30 pm – Lucie Smoker, coordinator – Scissortail Creative Writing Festival – East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma – completed St April 9, check time … Continue reading

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Shiv Mirabito-Woodstock, New York 2016

Organizer: Shiv Mirabito Contact:   Date and Time: Saturday, September 24 at 5 PM – 8 PM Location: Woodstock Shivastan Poetry Ashram: Book Store, Art Gallery & Giftshop 6 Hillcrest Ave (Up Neher St From Tinker St, Next to … Continue reading

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Timea Zsedley-10,000 Steps Hungarian Bookstore-New York, New York 2016

ORGANIZER: Timea Zsedely CONTACT: TIMES & DATE:Friday, September 23 at 7 PM – 10 PM LOCATION: 10 Thousand Steps Bookstore, 516 E 11th St (Btw A & B Ave), New York, New York 10009 100 ezer költô a … Continue reading

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Xanath Caraza, The Cross Border Network for Justice and Solidarity and The Black Archives- Kansas City, Missouri 2016

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Suzi Winson, Circus Warehouse- Long Island City, NY 2016

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Grafitti Bleu-Sacramento, California 2016

ORGANIZER: Grafitti Bleu CONTACT: Date and Time: Saturday, September 24 at 9 AM – 11 AM Location: Blog Talk Radio (The Internet) I walk in spirit with God’s wind at my back… I think out-loud and I share those … Continue reading

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Jean Minuchin-World and Eye, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 2016

Organizer: Jean Minuchin and Empressu CONTACT: 100 THOUSAND POETS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE A block party in the heart of FAT Village arts district for social awareness and action. In this time of terrorism and prejudice, gay pride and climate … Continue reading

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Teka-Lark – Bloomfield, New Jersey, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016

Organizer: Teka-Lark Contact: Another World is Possible hosted by Teka-Lark Lo We will not be economically terrorized by the rich. Bring your poem about anything. Art is radical. You are free to be you. Join us for 100 Thousand Poets … Continue reading

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Antonieta Villamil 100mil Poetas por El Cambio, Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA 2016

Organizer: Antonieta Villamil Contact: Group: 100mil Poetas por El Cambio   INFO EN ESPAÑOL: POESÍA FÉSTIVAL presenta: 100MIL POETAS POR EL CAMBIO TARDE DE POESÍA Y MÚSICA INTERNACIONAL POR LA PAZ SÁBADO, SEPTIEMBRE 24 — 3 a 6 PM … Continue reading

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Nick Demske and Matt Mulder -Racine, Wisconsin 2016

Organizer: Nick Demske and Matt Mulder Contact: BONK! 95 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th OLYMPIA BBROWN UNITARIAN UNIVERASLIST CHURCH 625 COLLEGE AVENUE RACINE, WI 6 PM (doors open 5:30) This month’s BONK! performance series #96 joins the world-wide celebration of … Continue reading

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Azriel Johnson-Writing Knights Press -Canton, Ohio 2016

Organizer: Azriel Johnson, Director of Writing Knights Press Contact: 100,000 Poets for Change 2016 comes to Canton, Ohio September 24th TIME AND DATE:, Saturday, September 24 at 6 PM – 8 PM LOCATION: Avenue Arts Marketplace and Theatre, 324 … Continue reading

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Waqas Khwaja -Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia 2016


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