Black Dog on the Square and 621 Salon host 100 Thousand Poets for Change in Tallahassee!
Local poets, writers, musicians and spoken word artists will perform at 2 venues between 6pm and 10pm – 72 readers in total!
Eco Stage, 621 Gallery:
Poems that speak to environmental issues
Fundraiser for The Inaugural Lake Jackson Paddle & Race for Awareness 2017
Rage Stage, Black Dog Outside Stage:
Poems that speak to issues of social justice and political change
Fundraiser for 100 Thousand Poets for Change
One World Stage, Black Dog Café:
Poems that speak to issues of inclusivity, diversity, and community building
Fundraiser for Anhinga Press publication of Reading Queer-Poetry In A Time Of Chaos
More details coming soon!
100 Thousand Poets for Change is a global grassroots decentralized movement that works with poets, artists and muscisians around the world to organize events that promote peace, justice and sustainability. This is the 6th annual global event and there will be over 500 events worldwide on September 24th!
But, please patronize our host venues for donating their spaces and time for this community event! All proceeds go to support a different organization at each venue.
Visit the100 TPC BLOG to see events around the world and learn more about the movement! http://
A huge thank you to our Tallahassee Organizers:
Chris Hayes, Emile Boghos, Gabriela Denton, Scott Sweeney,
Jay Snodgrass, Michael Rothenberg & Terri Carrion.
And thank you also to all the performers for their collaborating spirit!
More info here