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Do you want to join other poets, musicians, and artists around the world in a demonstration/celebration to promote peace, sustainability and justice...
and to call for serious social, environmental and political change?
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The first night of the first 100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference, Salerno, Italy.
Over 80 poets form 22 countries and 6 continents attended to share and plan for the future.
 

Sept. 26th, 2015 is the next Global Event Day!
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Visit the

100 THOUSAND POETS for CHANGE BLOG

See all global event locations, search events by country/city, and connect with organizers worldwide!

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The official poster for the first 100TPC World Conference!

                          Download the official 100TPC WC 2015 OFFICIAL PROGRAM.pdf

poster by Donatella D’Angelo


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CURRENT EVENTS!

Visit the 100 TPC Blog to keep up with ongoing events worldwide!

 St. Louis Missouri!

St. Louis
 

 

 Barranquilla, Colombia!

 

Barranquilla
 

 

 

 

Earth Day Celebration with 100 Thousand Poets for Change
Friday, April 24th, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Poetry by Timothy Nonn, Patrice Warrender, Magick, Monique McMath, Dean Walker and Susan Lamont
Music by Jeffrey WhiteBear
Songs by Lynda Williams
And I hope we’ll have a little time for some Open Mic
Gaia’s Garden, 1899 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
$5 minimum purchase (food or drink) to support the venue, please
 

 

April 19th-Frederick, Maryland-National Poetry Month & Earth Day Event!

 

Frederick, Maryland
 

 

April 19th-St Guilhem le Désert (South of France)

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Congratulations to Ivonne Sanchez Barea for making Granada, Spain the first Spanish language city to be named City of Literature by UNESCO!

Dear friends and subscribers, supporters, and all those that joined the campaign for the City of GRANADA to become part of the circuit of UNESCO as capital of the Creative Cities Network.

On December 1, 2014, the City of Granada was named Capital of Literature.

It is the first Spanish language speaking city to be appointed, and this will be for the benefit of culture, poetry, literature and all cultural expression.

All your contributions have helped make this dream a reality.
Congratulations to GRANADA and to all.
Thanks for your help and support!

Ivonne Sanchez Barea- Organizer: 100TPC Granada

See GRANADA”S EVENT PAGE for links and articles.


CAIRO, EGYPT! Mimes for Change!

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Solidarity Events for Justice for Andy Lopez took place around the world on JUNE 7th.
Andy Lopez was a 13 year old boy who was shot dead by Sonoma County Sheriff Erick Gelhaus. 
For more information visit the Justice Coalition for Andy Lopez