09.25- Kingston, Jamaica
100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change – Jamaica is engaged in ongoing efforts to contribute to community development and as such, this year’s activities carry the theme ‘Tell the Children the Truth’, and will see performances and efforts focusing on the children of our nation. Street Dub Vibe, 100TPC’s main event will be held on Saturday, September 29th in locations across Kingston, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios.
In contribution to the efforts, participants in open mic are invited to write on the topic “Tell the children the truth” and attendees are encouraged to partake in our Discussion/Analysis Segment.
The fellowship will also serve as a drop off point for school supplies in aid of the community development efforts of 100Thousand Poets & Musicians For Change. Please make contributions where possible.
• 100TPC Street Dub Vibe Preview
• OPEN MIC & DISCUSSION SEGMENT
• FEATURED POET: Wayne Brown
(by way of readings of his works by past participants in his workshops.)
• FEATURED VISUAL ARTIST: (Photographer) Sabriya Simon
(with pieces displayed under the theme ‘Tell the children the truth”)
• BOOKS on sale by I-NATION BOOKS & Necessities
• REFRESHMENTS: Ticka’s Fresh Fruits, Benjie’s Yatties & Fruit Juices.
We are committed to the continued exploration and development of poetry.