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Indybay Feature
Thu Nov 11 2004
We The Planet 2004: "A Festival of Music and Activism"
Thu Nov 11 2004
Non-profits, community groups, musicians, and artists join together for one-day event

Thousands of music fans convened at Oakland's Henry J. Kaiser Center on Saturday, November 13th for the second annual We the Planet Festival of music, consciousness and activism, which was organized by Circle of Life and the Spitfire Agency. This year's groundbreaking concert featured The Roots, Mickey Hart, Michelle Shocked, The Coup, and Third Eye Bind, and was co-hosted by activist Julia Butterfly Hill and spoken word poet Aya de Leon. this zero-waste event also included Pushing the Boundaries for a New World: A Series of Rabble-Rousing Interactions with Today's Leading Activists and Visionaries (daytime activism workshops on Music, Arts & Activism, Indy Media, Beyond Voting, and Direct Action & Civil Disobedience). The afternoon workshops took place at Laney College. More event info. Photos: 1 | 2 | 3

Fault Lines newspaper and Indybay were present with an outreach table. Catch us again at another event...

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