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100 Thousand Poets For Change: Looking For Organizers

Posted at 1:44PM Sunday 27 May 2012

Michael Rothenberg, co-founder and coordinator of 100 Thousand Poets for Change is inviting poets to participate in 100 Thousand Poets and Musicians for Change 2012, scheduled for September 29.

The event brings together poets, writers and musicians from around the world in a celebration of poetry and the arts. They'll be organising activities in their local communities to inspire and encourage people to come together to promote "meaningful social and political change."

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