Organizers, please check your email. I have sent you an new press release, the one you have been using is no longer valid. The Nogales event has been cancelled and there are new numbers to use. We will be giving … Continue reading →
Strumica, Macedonia! Huntington Beach, CA! The Triangle Area, NC! If you have your 9/24 event details ready let us know so we can share it with the rest of the 100 Thousand Poets for Change Community! Change is gonna come! … Continue reading →
Tel Aviv writes: “We are planning a day of free readings and lectures on poetry and relevant issues all over Tel Aviv. At the moment we are contacting places, with the help of the municipality actually (which is very helpful), … Continue reading →
NEWS! Terri and I have gotten permission to post a sign that says 100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE – WORLDWIDE!! WWW.100TPC.ORG in an empty store window on Main St., Guerneville, CA. The sign will be up for 5 weeks!
Buffalo to participate in 100 Thousand Poets for Change http://blogs.buffalonews.com/gusto/2011/08/buffalo-to-participate-in-100-thousand-poets-for-change.html August 4, 2011 – 4:55 PM | Comment Buffalo is one of more than 350 cities in 70 nations to be organizing local events in conjunction with 100 Thousand Poets for Change, … Continue reading →
Moe Seager- Paris, France! Norman, Oklahoma! Hip Hop Music and Poetry Fest in Tlahuac! A poet in a plane flying from San Francisco to Virginia reading poems for peace! 100 Thousand Poets for Change. September 24
UPDATE: Warwick, NY and Guernsey, Channel Islands! Thanks to Yvonne de la Vega and Kaitie O’Hare for their great 100TPC videos! Share them like there’s no tomorrow! 100 Thousand Poets for Change- Worldwide!
The 100 TPC Tech Manual will help you with some of the technical aspects of documenting your event.
It includes how to webcast, save your video for uploading and more. Please take a minute to check it out if you haven’t yet. It might answer some of your questions and will help to insure your documentation is preserved forever in the LOCKSS program at Stanford.