If you can dream of a better world, you can make it happen.
As we celebrate the Independence of America, which occurred between July 2, 1776 and August 2, 1776, on July 4, we can reflect on our role in the world.
Humans tend to rationalize that we are the de facto authority on our planet and we have innumerous debates as our road to that responsibility, birthright, and burden.
If we are dreaming of a “better world” what criteria are the benchmarks for improvement? More technology? Less technology? Better technology? Sometimes in our modern discourse “technology” tend to be electronic devices that impact our communications with others on the planet. The wheel, in it’s almost obvious pure form is a remarkable technology hence the phrase “Why reinvent the wheel?” The real question is, when the wheel was invented, why did that happen?
Was it a curious fascination with cycles as seen in nature? Shapes of prominent objects like the sun and the moon in this circular shape? Was the shape itself powerful? Did it embody power? Was it useful? Spiritual? Was it economically advantageous? In our modern parlance, can anything relying on energies beyond electricity really be technology?
These broad and divergent questions are being asked by Rockers Movement as we look at the world not at the dawn of time or in that fabled year of 1776, but right now, today.
A better world in our vision is a world without “poor”, “hungry” humans. There is no “Third World” except for a category in the abstract to define a set of human conditions. There’s only one planet, a singular humanity, one reality.
Let’s embrace a wider vision of life beyond our world, how would they see us? When they look and see the disparity, inequality and the injustice over equitable use of knowledge in the limited span we are alive, surviving daily.
Rockers Movement challenges you to think if a world without hunger and poverty is a world you think is better than what we all know today. A world where the fruits of intensive hard sought research can transform the lives of us all. A world where sustainability, ecological economics and environmentalism are embedded and not embattled with the decisions of our human leaders on every level on all scales, especially on the scale that matters most: The Balance of Life.
We are Rockers Movement : We produce concerts to motivate all humans to achieve the dream of a peaceful world, united in love of equity, justice, truth and knowledge. If you can dream that world, together, we can make it happen. We Are Rockers. Are you?
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Through the joint work of families living in extreme hardship and youth volunteers, TECHO seeks to overcome poverty. “Rockers Movement will amplify our message and continue to scream that Miami is committed to overcoming poverty,”
Rockers Movement expresses our hopes and dreams of a world in which what we have in common is far greater than that which divides us. Through their Festivals, we live not by looking at each other but by looking together in the same direction.
Food For The Poor would like to thank Rockers Movement and their supporters for channeling their passion for music to raise awareness about the critical needs of the poor. Your compassion and generosity will help us triumph over hunger. When organizations with a common goal come together to serve, there is nothing we cannot accomplish.
The City of Miami takes pleasure in celebrating Rockers movement events that bring together music and food from around the world. We welcome this coming together structured as a Zero Waste Initiative, an act of community consciousness that educates by example, and augmented by the musical power of groups from around the world. It is fitted and appropriate that local officials, on behalf of our residents, pause to hail this festive music event that promotes Reggae's "land & people' heritage.
Music is the fabric of our society and the City of Miami Gardens takes pride in recognizing those initiatives that celebrate and honor the art of music; and Now , Therefor, be it resolved that I, Oliver Gilbert, Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens, Florida along with my colleagues of the City Council, on behalf of the Residents, do hereby commend the Rockers Movement on their significant contributions to the South Florida community and urge all Residents to partake in their events.
Music has always had the power to unite and inspire humanitarianism. "The Miami Reggae Festival takes it to the top, offering the highest quality of performance, political ambience and service to community available anywhere. “Truly international in orientation, there is no other place where one can experience such a rich presentation of the best in music talent. Miami proves again, this time through its Reggae Festival, that it is the place to be for the internationalizing of Caribbean culture.