Your favorite pop-up festival, #ChangeFest—Social Change's epic, 3-day experience that brings together creators, doers and good people from all over the world to celebrate our common humanity through film, fashion, art, music and more—is popping back up in LA on Saturday, November 10 from 12-8pm at the DTLA Creative Space (601 South Clarence Street, LA).
ChangeFest = a chance to:
Walk the red carpet and enjoy receptions
Be the first to see inspiring films from all over the world, including the LA premieres of:
Inspiring films providing the blueprint for creating change and films regarding education with Matt Damon to films regarding our environment, abuse, racism, veterans, worker's rights, justice reform, the death penalty, alternative energy, healthcare, HIV, immigration and more.63' BoycottLoss & FoundStreet Workers UniteExecutioner’s ShadowMake America Black AgainFrom State Prisoner to State ProfessorA Bridge Between Two WorldsReinventing PowerCascade Crossroads90 DaysSilentZoe & Ari
Special performance & appearances by Leon & The Peoples
Art by Roho Garcia
Media by Push Black
Create Change by engaging in conversations, building bridges and working with individuals and organizations from around the world to address the problems documented in the films showcased.
Unfortunately, we only can accommodate 200 people for #ChangeFest.
So, get your tickets today for this incredible experience before they’re gone!
See you there!
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Social Change is a national non-profit that empowers individuals and transforms lives, organizations and systems via film, community capacity building, technical assistance, advocacy, and legal representation. In only two years, Social Change, in addition to hosting #ChangeFest in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York: proposed 50 system reforms in multiple states (passing 8 bills, including bills, now laws, relating to comprehensive comprehensive reform & police accountability); received 60 media appearances (incl. radio & tv); provided 100 people and organizations the tools to help transform more lives; and, co-sponsored direct service programs to showcase art from homeless youth and provide food, clothing and legal assistance to those in need.