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HeartSong: A Mosaic of Women's Poetry, Spoken Word & Song


Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 18:30


Unity Church of Lawrence

Description: In alliance with the global event 100,000 Poets for Change, in support of healing and transformation through the arts, and in honor of women, we present with intention through performance: "HeartSong" A Mosaic of Women's Poetry, Spoken Word & Song Featuring Original performances by Megan Luttrell, Holly Taylor, Stephanie Barrows, Beth Schultz, Karyn Kitty Marie, Crystalynn Hyatt, Autumn Paige Moler, Yeshe Chodron, Harmony Mindzeye Lovellution & Ladies of The Lawrence Women's Resistance Choir! (more to come on this lineup!!) Suggested Love Offering of $10, all are welcome! RSVP Facebook Event here:¬if_id=1505427630045620 More about 100 Thousand Poets for Change: September 30, 2017 marks the seventh annual global event for 100 Thousand Poets for Change, a grassroots organization that brings communities together to call for environmental, social, and political change within the framework of peace and sustainability. An event that began primarily with poet organizers, 100 Thousand Poets for Change has grown into an interdisciplinary coalition with year round events which includes musicians, dancers, mimes, painters and photographers from around the world. Local issues are still key to this massive global event as communities around the world raise their voices on issues such as homelessness, global warming, education, racism and censorship, through concerts, readings, lectures, workshops, flash mobs, theater performances and other actions. Immediately following September 30th 2017, all documentation on the 100TPC Blog, which will include specific event pages with photos, video and other documentation compiled by each city coordinator, will be preserved by Stanford University in California. Stanford recognized 100 Thousand Poets for Change in 2011 as an historical event, the largest poetry reading in history. They will continue to archive the complete contents of, as part of their digital archiving program LOCKSS. Submitted by: Crystalynn Hyatt 100 Thousand Poets for Change

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