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Title: Thousand Poets for Change: the Berkeley Blast
START DATE: Sunday October 13
TIME: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location Details:
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley http://www.bfuu.org
Event Type: Other
The mission of 100TPC is to elevate and celebrate shared poetry that focuses on positively evolutionary social, environmental, economic and political change. In honor of the many revolutionary changes happening all over the omniverse and here on sacred Mother Earth, we will celebrate being alive in the present and being part of this magnificent shift! There is so much to be proud of, honor and celebrate in this great community of poets, as many of the greats have soaked in the Berkeley vibes having had profound, transformative, transcendental experiences in this special part of the bay. Includes community potluck, so please bring healthy, conscious food to share. Featuring many great poets and musicians, including David Magdalene, Terri Carrion, Vic Sadot, Kirk Lumpkin, Valerie Ibarra, Marvin R. Hiemstra, Dan Brady, Holly Harwood, Paul Matzner, James Johnson, Michael Rothenberg, Terry Adams,Kayla Sussell, Boundless Gratitude, David James Randolph, + special guests. Open mic as time and space allows. Eulogy for H.D. Moe, classic Berkeley poet. Also, a costume party: dress up as your favorite revolutionary (optional)! Sponsored by New Way Media Fest

Contact : ompoem [at] hotmail.com website: http:// http://www.100TPC.org


Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Ctee 510-275-4272
Suggested donation $5-$10. No one turned away.
Wheelchair accessible.

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