Miami-Dade CC-Miami, Florida

ORGANIZER: Sylvia Rivas

CONTACT: sylviamzz@yahoo.com

 

100 Thousand Poets for Change- MDCC

We will gather at Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus, in Room K-413 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. All are welcome to read their own poems or other people’s poems on the themes of peace, sustainability, and other significant global and local issues. Please join us as poet, listener, or both. If you would like to participate, please contact Sylvia Rivas at sylviamzz@yahoo.com. You can also sign up on Facebook, but please contact Sylvia via e-mail as well. The main website for the worldwide event is:  www.100TPC.org

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Miami-Dade CC-Miami, Florida — 11 Comments

  1. Hi, this is Sylvia. I’ll most likely hold the event on the Kendall Campus of Miami Dade College. I’m still gathering information for the exact time and place. That will, in part, depend on people’s availability. Please e-mail me at sylviamzz@yahoo.com or contact me on Facebook on the 100 Thousand Poets for Change page. Thanks!!!

  2. Hello Miami! :) please join us and like us on our Facebook page. We have begun facilitating an open forum to help bring our community together to organize our inspiring event. Our goal right now is to make as many people aware of 100 Thousand Poets for Change, and welcome them into our evolving discussion. By JULY 15th we should begin to propel our ideas into action, and unify our ideas into one cohesive direction. This way we can begin to seriously approach the press, and continue to invite participants to come together for this movement towards CHANGE.

    • Hi, Geoffrey! Awesome! Are you planning to read? Let me know what material you want to present.

      Peace,
      Sylvia

    • Hi, Larry!! Sorry for the delay ~ I just got your message. Let me know what you need to know about the event.
      Peace,
      Syl

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