Albuquerque, New Mexico

Organizer: Zachary Kluckman


7:00pm until 10:00pm in MDT
Winning Coffee
111 Harvard SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106

Do you want to join other poets, musicians, songwriters, and artists around the USA and across the planet in a demonstration/ celebration to promote serious social and political change?

“What kind of CHANGE are we talking about?”

Read on below for more on our mission and goals, but the short version is- we want to see everyone come together in solidarity and a sense of the universal family so we can build a world that is safe, sane and sustainable. This year over 800 events will take place simultaneously in 115 countries. You can be part of this historic moment by joining us at Winnings for a powerful night of poetry, music, art and community!

If you would like to read or perform, contact Zachary Kluckman asap by mailing

Now, if you want to know more about our goals, read on brothers and sisters:

The first order of change is for poets, writers, musicians, artists, anybody, to actually get together to create and perform, educate and demonstrate, simultaneously, with other communities around the world. This will change how we see our local community and the global community.

And of course there is the political/social change that many of us are talking about these days. There is trouble in the world. Wars, ecocide, the lack of affordable medical care, racism, the list goes on. We are only that folks come together in solidarity for peace and sustainability.

It appears that transformation towards a more sustainable world is a major concern and could be a global guiding principle for this event. Peace also seems to be a common cause. War is not sustainable. There is an increasing sense that we need to move forward and stop moving backwards. Together we can develop our ideas of the “change/transformation” we are looking for as a group, and that each community group will decide their own specific area of focus for change for their particular event.

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