Bringing Great Minds Together At the United We Stand Festival
Reforms may seem impossible, but times are changing. Every day, people come to join the work Free & Equal is doing to create meaningful change in American politics.
Christina and her team remain optimistic that through continued events aimed at promoting awareness of the imbalances within American elections, they’ll be able to generate enough support to reform the system.
To continue that effort, Free & Equal is hosting its seventh annual United We Stand Festival in the beachside town of Cambria, California.
The festival will take place July 3-4 from 11am to 8pm PST and will feature over 40 speakers, activists, artists, and musicians, all united under the cause of bringing communities together to take a more active role in shaping and reforming our country’s politics.
300 guests will attend in-person, and the event will be livestreamed on the Free and Equal website. Speakers and artists include Mike Love, Peia, Cas Haley, Samuel J, G. Edward Griffin, Sean Stone, Cindy Sheehan, Brock Pierce, Dennis Kucinich (virtual), Keith Mitchell, Karla Ballard and more.
“At this year’s UWS Festival, attendees will connect face to face with our community sponsors and national thought leaders for networking and coalition-building to inspire individuals to run for office while giving back to our youth and uplifting our community with music, art, food, and conversation,” says Christina.
All proceeds from the event will go to Skate Cambria to help fund the rebuilding of their local skate park.
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