Earthdance is the official after-party of The People’s Climate March San Diego!

Join Liquid Blue and others at WINSTONS in Ocean Beach after The People’s Climate March San Diego

Earthdance is a global party for the United Nations’ International Day of Peace. The peace party will be on from 2pm – 10pm and tickets are just $5! The Earthdance Prayer for Peace will be read at 7pm.

Featured Acts

Liquid Blue – these musical emissaries of peace will perform a mix of “conscious covers” as well as original music (all of which is “socially conscious”) including their peace anthem, Earth Passport (Billboard Top-10 dance hit in 2010). Dance to peace/protest anthems by the likes of the U2; Beatles; Green Day; Marley; Springsteen; Marvin Gaye; Neil Young; Pink Floyd and many more. Even Ozzy (ever checked out the lyrics to “War Pigs” or Crazy Train)!

DJ Layla – mixing of socially conscious world beats; house; trance and more, Layla Loxa represents girl power in many ways. She won the World Bodysurfing Championship in 2002 and finished 3rd in the U.S. Surfing Championships in 2003. She toured the world with Liquid Blue as a singer/dancer for many years before becoming a DJ.

MC Gill Sotu – As a performer Gill won the 2012 San Diego Raw Performing Artist Of The Year, 2012 Winner of the San Diego City Anti-Littering Spoken Word Competition, 2008 Semi-Finalist at the National Poetry Slam, 2007 Grand Slam Los Angeles Poetry Champion, 2006 Grand Slam Ventura County Poetry Champion. His debut album Elephant Heart was nominated for 5 Mavric Independent Music Awards. Gill produces and hosts Train Of Thought, a successful open Mic running over 4 years strong. As a host Gill has run stages for, HBO’s Brave New Voices Semi-Final Poetry Competition, CSUN’s Five for Five Talent Competition, ACLU’s Freedom Of Expression Showcase, Fiesta Del Sol Community Stage, and San Diego Indie Fest to name a few.

Guest Speaker – Martin Eder – He is the director of Activist San Diego, which is a social justice organization that promotes and facilitates the development of an active, inter-related, progressive community in San Diego through networking, culture and electronic technology. He is also the founder of KNSJ Radio 89.1 which is a listener-supported, community-based, educational radio station of, by and for the richly diverse people in the San Diego border region. The mission of KNSJ is to provide high quality radio for those people and viewpoints which have traditionally been excluded by the commercial media, especially those cultural, ethnic and social groups who have been historically marginalized.

Guest Speaker – James Summers – He is the president of the San Diego Chapter of Veterans for Peace; a non-profit educational and humanitarian organization of vets dedicated to increasing public awareness of the costs of war. The group works to promote alternatives to war.

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DISRUPTION – Join a Group to Watch the Premiere

This is a BIG month for the climate movement.

Global leaders are meeting at the U.N. to talk about bold climate initiatives — and tens of thousands of people from across the country will meet them in New York for the People’s Climate March on September 21st, to make sure that talk leads to action.

Adding to this momentum, this weekend will bring the world premiere of Disruption — a brand new movie about the science, politics, and movement around climate change. There are a few screenings in San Diego.

Some of these may be BOOKED, so PLEASE contact the event organizer and check on availability.

Event Information:

A.

Time: Sunday, September 7, 7:15 PM

Location: Ward canyon park – San Diego, CA

Get More Info and RSVP Here: http://act.350.org/event/disruption_attend/8139/signup/?t=2&akid=5056.1532164.FYaZY-

B. 

Time: Sunday, September 7, 6:00 PM

Location:14489 Crestwood Ave., Poway 92064

Contact: (858) 842-8384 

C.

Time: Sunday, September 7, 6:00 PM

Location: Alan and Alby’s home

                 141 Beechtree drive, Encinitas

                 Contact: 760-436-2368

Disruption takes you on a fast-paced journey through the tangled world of climate change: the science, the politics, the solutions, and the stories that define this crisis at this pivotal point in human history.

We’ll be watching together in living rooms, church basements, and community centers. The movie is less than an hour long, so afterwards we’ll also have time to discuss what we can do together on this crucial issue.

This is a movie by and for the movement. We’re hoping it will galvanize a new wave of climate action and leadership this fall — starting with the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21st.

Haven’t seen the trailer yet? You can watch it here.

Can’t wait to watch (and march) with you.

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