This Saturday in Los Angeles, artists, musicians, writers, and activists will unite to amplify the voices of the 99%. It’s a rare opportunity that brings politics together with art and Hollywood. No matter what your politics are, this will be a fun event! In a daylong event of music, art, activism, and celebration. Take a look at the list of people involved, and you may be very impressed.
This isn’t your ordinary rally or day of action, it’s a celebration of the 99% that will bring Hollywood together with activists and artists from all walks of life. “All In For The 99%” is a one-of-a-kind melding of art and activism, and you won’t want to miss out. It’s an incredible art gallery featuring the work of Shepard Fairey and hundreds of other grassroots visual artists, plus nonstop action all day long from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at 400 S. La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles. You can stop by for a few minutes or the whole day if you want—there will even be some of LA’s best food trucks if you get hungry!
Performances will include Val Kilmer speaking as Mark Twain; a screening of the short documentary OCLA; Elise Whitaker, Margot Paez, and Julia Wallace on Why We Occupy, and a Funny or Die short film fest. Actor Jason Alexander from Seinfeld will be the Huffington Post’s roving reporter, and KPFK will be broadcasting live.
For more info: http://www.allinforthe99percent.com/
Schedule of Events
10.30am Doors open
10.30am – 1.30pm DJ sets curated by The Embassy
11am Aerial art project with Interconnected (all welcome to join, just show up with friends and family)
12.30pm – 1.30pm Building the Movement for the 99%: Meet ups, activations and trainings led by Rebuild the Dream
1.30pm – 2.30pm Funny or Die curated short film screenings
2pm Roving reporter for Funny or Die: Jason Alexander
3pm – 4.30pm SLAKE Magazine readings
Val Kilmer performs as Mark Twain
Reading by Natasha Vargas Cooper
Reading by Erin Aubry Kaplan
Reading by Vanessa Carlisle
Reading by Sam Slovick
Screening of short documentary “OCLA” by TakePart
Elise Whitaker, Margot Paez and Julia Wallace: Why We Occupy
Recording star and The Voice finalist Vicci Martinez performs
4.30pm – 5pm Van Jones to speak
5pm Building the Movement for the 99%: Meet ups, activations and trainings led by Rebuild the Dream
5pm – 6.30pm DJ sets curated by The Embassy
Aaron Axelrod, Aaron Rose, Adam Bravin, Adarsha Benjamin, Alex Bacon, Alexandra Conn, Alexis Amann, Alia Penner, Alison Dyer, Amanda Demme, Anne McCaddon, Anthony Lister, Antonio Mendoza, Art Not War, Ashley Campbell, Ashley Snow Macomber, Augustus Thompson, Becky Stark, Cali Thornhill DeWitt, Cheryl Dunn, Chris Lux, Chris Pastras, Chris Dean, Chris Johanson & Johanna Jackson, Clayton Brothers, Cleon Peterson, Clint Woodside, Cole Sternberg, Corita, Craig Stecyk Daena Title, Dan Monick, Daphne Vega, David Ford, David Ellis, Deanna Tempelton, Deedee Cheriel, Destroy All Design, Edward Cao, Elisa Linda Saether, Elisabeth Fried, Eriberto Oriol, Erica S. Nicotra, Erik Otto, Ernesto Yerena, Estevan Oriol, Gia Coppola, Glen E. Friedman, Graham Metson, Grant Shumate, Ingrid Allen, Ione Skye, j.frede, James Gallagher, Jeff Canham, Jena Malone, Jeremy Corbell, Jill Greenberg, Jillian Kogan, Jordin Isip Joshua Leonard, Justin Kemerling, Katrina Bea, Kellie Bowman, Kelsey Brookes, Kimberly Brooks, Kio Griffith, Nonstndrd, Lawrence Inglee, Leba, Lenny Silverberg, Mai Anh, Marcelo Gomes, Mark Blackwell, Mark Cross, Matjames, Matt Furie, Matthew Salata, Maya Hayuk, Maya Mercer, Megan Whitmarsh, Mel Kadel, Melodie McDaniel, Michael Muller, Neck Face, Nicola Vruwink, Patrick Hoelck, Patrick Martinez
Paul D. Miller aka Dj Spooky, Peter Glantz Ramsey Dau, Ray Noland, Retna, Rich Jacobs, Richard Louderback, Rick Rodney, Robbie Conal, Robin Fleming, Ron Regé, Jr., Sacha Baumann, Sage Vaughn, Sandow Birk, Sandra Low, Shannon Donnelly, Shawn Doster, Shepard Fairey, Skullphone, Spencer Lowell, Steve Greenberg, Swoon, Tansy Myer, Ted Soqui, Travis Millard, Vanessa Prager,Yehonatan Koenig. Lorna Mills and Yoshi Sodeoka, Zohreh Partovi
Bridgit Antoinette Evans
Edward Norton & Shauna Robertson
Glen E. Friedman
Julie Bergman & Stuart Sender
Marge Tabankin & Earl Katz
Artists, musicians, writers and activists unite to amplify the voices of the 99%, demanding an end to Citizens United and calling for real campaign finance reform. The ALL IN FOR THE 99% gallery will be open to the public with music, readings and visual art from some of the nation’s most celebrated.