Schedule

Schedule is subject to change.

Friday, June 11, 2021
4:00 PM – 6:00 PMDinner / Registration / Music / Gathering
Main Tent and Grounds
5:55 PMOpening Song – Ain’t No Stopping Us Now! – Everyone Gather in Main Tent
6:00 PM – 6:10 PMLand Acknowledgement – Menominee Nation
6:10 PM – 6:15 PMWelcome to the People’s Power Summit!
Main Tent
6:15 PM – 6:30 PMPastor Matthew Sauer “Gospel Justice” (Bio)
Workshop: Gospel Justice This workshop will look at the intersection of faith and social justice. We will explore scripture and historical moments to see how the Christian faith has engaged in social justice. We will see that Justice is at the core of the Gospel and not a “liberal” interpretation.
6:30 PM – 6:45 PMRaging Grannies of Sheboygan (Bio)
Raging Grannies of Sheboygan is one of many Raging Grannies groups around the world. They sing mostly parody songs on a wide variety of topics such as women’s rights, voting rights, peace and the environment. RGS has been raging together since 2018.
6:45 PM – 7:00 PMTerrence Tyler, Africans On The Move (Bio)
Terrence Tyler is a leader of Africans on the Move (AOM), an educator and Hip Hop artist.
7:00 PM – 7:15 PMVibes Gone Viral Artist
Vibes Gone Viral, a Virginia group versed in rap, vocals, such as influenced cultural hip hop group that creates musical vibes by sharing original music.
7:15 PM – 7:25 PMRic Urrutia (Bio)
Why Internationalism?
7:25 PM – 7:35 PMAmirah Franzen – Artist (Bio)
7:35 PM – 7:50 PMBryan G Pfeifer Speaker (Bio)
7:50 PM – 8:05 PMAngeleisha Rodgers, NYC (Bio)
8:05 PM – 8:20 PMSarah Torres Artist/Speaker (Bio)
8:20 PM – 8:25 PMKhyree English, Positive Impact Dance, Virginia
Khyree English, currently lead choreographer and educator with Positive Impact Ministry and CommUNITY ARTS-reach, a young professional with over 10+ years dance experience.
8:25 PM – 8:40 PMJ25 Hip Hop Artist, Appleton (Bio)
J25 is “Chickasaw Nation” Native American female Artist/Producer/Label Owner of HGM MUSIC GROUP L.L.C
8:40 PM – 8:50 PMB.J. Reminders and Announcements
8:50 PM – 9:00 PMMary Koczan, Closing Song
“Up Above My Head”


Saturday, June 12, 2021
8:00 AM – 10:00 AMRegistrations, Speakers, Performers and Table Sign-Ins
10:00 AM – NoonWorkshops
1)Drum Circle – (Facilitators)
Amazetta Anderson, will share African drum knowledge, and perform African Drum rhythm
2)Labor-Community Organizing (Facilitators) (Bio)
This workshop will discuss the history of class struggle union and community organizing in the U.S. that’s rooted in the lived experiences of multinational poor and working people worldwide. A particular focus will be analyzing a labor-management approach versus a class struggle approach to union organizing. Presenters will discuss organized labor’s responsibility to fight racism and any form of bigotry and offer solutions to build unity and solidarity at worksites and in the wider community. Participants will also have opportunities to join in live organizing tactics such as one-to-one conversations and role plays. The workshop will conclude with presentations of various ongoing union and community campaigns such as building unemployed councils, ending police brutality, the fight to stop foreclosures and evictions. And also the need for forms of worker organizing in addition to unions such as worker assemblies.
3)Music / Visual Arts
[Sing-Along] Join Mary & Frank Koczan to learn some tips to help you write your own protest songs. Samples from several songs will be shared. [Paint-Along] Bonnita guides You to Create your own Painting with a Live-Action Demonstration, as you Paint Along (paint kits and all materials provided). Whether you are 5 yrs. old or 85 yrs. young, your Inner Artist will Shine! [Fold-Along] The origami crane is a symbol of peace. Learn a bit of the history of the crane in Japan and how to make them. Instructions and materials will be provided.
4)Know Your Rights / Health (Bio)
5)Youth / Kids, Origami (Bio)
Angela Zar and Judy Stock will lead an artistic and musical project for kids.
6)Gospel Justice (Bio)
Workshop: Gospel Justice This workshop will look at the intersection of faith and social justice. We will explore scripture and historical moments to see how the Christian faith has engaged in social justice. We will see that Justice is at the core of the Gospel and not a “liberal” interpretation.
Noon – 1:00 PMLunch
1:00 PM – 1:30 PMWorkshops Debrief
5 minutes each, Theme for Art Build – Main Tent
1:30 PM – 2:00 PMWhy People’s Slogans? (Bio)
2:00 PM – 2:30 PMBanner and Sign Applications (Bio)
Tommy Cavanaugh is a Co-Founder of the Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement.
2:30 PM – 3:45 PMBanner and Sign Making
Bonnita Budysz, Robert Theaker & Friends
3:45 PM – 4:00 PMPEOPLE’S POWER SUMMIT SOLIDARITY FOREVER! PICKET LINE
4:00 PM – 6:00 PMDinner
5:55 PMMusic on Main Stage Gather in Main Tent
6:00 PM – 6:10 PMLand Acknowledgement – Menominee Nation
6:10 PM – 6:25 PMPark Street String-A-Long Artists
PARK ST. STRING-A-LONG Songs of Peace & Justice To Bring Healing to The Earth & Each Other Members of Lakeshore UU Fellowship, Manitowoc Shelley, Steve, Judy, Bev & Allan.
6:25 PM – 6:30 PMAngeleisha Rodgers, NYC (Bio)
6:30 PM – 6:40 PMJennifer Estrada, Crusaders of Justicia (Bio)
6:40 PM – 6:50 PMVibes Gone Viral
Vibes Gone Viral, will perform a variety of songs including rap
6:50 PM – 7:05 PMVictoriouz Soundz
Victoriouz Soundz, from Virginia currently sharing music to uplift and empower individuals towards positive progressive change. Over 20+ years’ experience sharing both original and cover songs.
7:05 PM – 7:25 PMLarry Hales, Keynote Speaker (Bio)
7:25 PM – 7:35 PMAmazetta Anderson and Bernadette B.J. Lark
Amazetta Anderson, Amazetta Anderson, a community leader, educator, and advocate. Amazetta has educated many individuals on African drum knowledge, including serving at local area public schools.
7:35 PM – 7:50 PMJ25 (Bio)
J25 will perform rap and variety music uplifting Indigenous People
7:50 PM – 8:00 PMSkip Jones (Bio)
8:00 PM – 8:05 PMAmazetta Anderson
Amazetta Anderson, will share African drum knowledge, and perform African Drum rhythm
8:05 PM – 8:15 PMACT (Artists Coming Together) NOW as Enviro Advocates for Change (Bio)
The Urgency for Effective ACTion with the Climate Crisis is NOW Today, was NOW yest., and will be NOW tomorrow.
8:15 PM – 8:25 PMSarah Torres (Bio)
8:25 P.M. – 8:35 P.M.Sarah Wunderlich, Oneida Nation (Bio)
Indigenous Nations
8:35 PM – 8:40 PMBryan G Pfeifer – Where do we go from here? – Call To Action (Bio)
8:40 PM – 8:50 PMLarry Hales – People’s United Front – Call To Action (Bio)
8:50 PM – 8:55 PMBernadette B.J. Lark – OUR LIVES DEPEND ON THIS. NOW OR NEVER
BJ founded CommUNITY ARTS-reach as an arts pathways– Visual Arts, Digital Storytelling, and various art forms such as writing poetry, performing short plays, making music, and learning to serve impacted youth & families.
8:55 PM – 9:00 PMClosing Song – Bev Lead ALL


Updated: 2021-06-05 14:48