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  • Tuesday, September 16, 2014 10:19 AM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    WorldBeat Cultural Center "Healing the World Through Music, Art, Dance & Culture & Technology"
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    Global Peace Day
    Peace Celebrations at WorldBeat Cultural Center in San Diego
    & Casa Del Tunel, Tijuana Mexico.

    International Day of Peace

    May Peace Prevail On Earth

    Sunday, September 21st

    12pm - Global Peace Prayer Join us for a Worldwide Prayer for Peace!

    Music & poetry by Warrior of Peace
    Mama Charlotte

    African music by Sene Africa,
    Drumming For Peace
    , Meditation for Peace
      Re-dedication Ceremony for the Peace Pole, Planting Ceremony for New Peace Pole,
    African Dance for Peace with Makida Anderson,
    Afro-Cuban Drum & Dance for Peace
    with Juan Carlos Blanco, Prayer for Peace Composer Jing Wang performs live,
    Light Healing for Inner Peace
    Yoga, Sound Healing,
    Jeremy Elliott
    Playing for Change Coordinator,
    Prayer Ceremony with Windwalker, Children's Drumming Class with Nana Asiedu,
    Joanne Tawfilis

    UNESCO Ambassador (Art Miles)

    Free Event!

    Also Join the People's Climate March in San Diego,
    Sept 21st from 12:30pm - 4:00pm
    Meet at City Hall

    In Collaboration with:

    - Upcoming Peace & Climate Awareness events -
    TONIGHT! Tuesday, Sept 16th


    Doors open 7pm

    Join us for a free screening of "Disruption", a new fast-paced cinematic journey through the wild world of climate change: the science, the politics, the solutions, and the stories that define this crisis at this pivotal point in human history.
    Get Some Cold Kombucha on Tap!

    Buddhism and the Twelve Steps w/ Kevin Griffins
    (2 Day Workshop)

    Fri, Sept 19th
    Talk & Meditation

    7pm – 9pm

    Sat, Sept 20th
    Daylong Retreat
    9:30am – 4:30pm

    Join us for an evening talk and meditation as well as a unique daylong retreat combining traditional Buddhist practices with Twelve Step work. Using mindfulness meditation, interactive exercises, lecture, and discussion, the day will explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps complement each other.
    Saturday, Sept 20th

    From 2pm - 8pm

    Ceremonia de apertura con ritual mexica Inauguración del mástil de la paz. Con SENE AFRICA desde Senegal, West Africa.
    Demostracion de Artes masrciales. Yoga y meditación
    Mama Charlotte desde Africa - poesía de la paz & performance
    Con Ceremonia Temazcal.

    Casa Del Tunel
    Centro De Arte Y Cultura En Tijuana, Mexico
    Calle Chapo Marquez 133 - Cerca De La Linea
    Sunday, Sept 21st


    From 12pm - 8pm

    Music & poetry by Warrior of Peace
    Mama Charlotte
    African music by Sene Africa,
    Drumming For Peace
    , Meditation for Peace Re-dedication Ceremony for the Peace Pole, Planting Ceremony for New Peace Pole, African Dance for Peace with Makida Anderson,
    Afro-Cuban Drum & Dance for Peace
    with Juan Carlos Blanco, Light Healing for Inner Peace,
    Yoga, Sound Healing, Prayer Ceremony with Windwalker, Children's Drumming Class, UNESCO Ambassador Joanne Tawfilis (Art Miles)
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  • Thursday, December 06, 2012 1:21 AM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    WorldBeat Cultural Center "Healing the World through Music, Art, Dance & Culture"  Supporting Cultural Democracy!
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    From Gondar to Jerusalem
    Photo Exhibition - It takes a Village
    It Takes a Village: From Gondar to Jerusalem-
    The Remarkable Journey of Ethiopia’s Jews
    A Photographic Retrospective

    Presented by Stand With Us

    The story of Ethiopia’s forgotten Jews and their journey from Gondar, Ethiopia to Jerusalem will be featured in a retrospective photographic art exhibit called, “It Takes a Village: From Gondar to Jerusalem – The Remarkable Journey of Ethiopia’s Jews” at the World Beat Cultural Center December 6-13, 2012. The opening night celebration on December 6, 2012 features 36 powerful photos that document the journey of the now 120,000 Ethiopian Jews living in Israel, free Ethiopian food, drinks, traditional music and the personal story of Ethiopian Jewish woman and artist and jewelry maker Bizu “Riki” Mullu.
    Opening Night - Tonight at 7pm
    With Traditional Ethiopian Food & Music
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    2100 Park Blvd. San Diego Balboa Park - 92101
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  • Tuesday, March 17, 2009 7:59 PM | Anonymous
    During our lecture with Dr. Brian Clement about "Life Force of Living with Raw Foods" this past Saturday, Makeda Dread receives a picture of her teenage years from her long time friend, Clement, of forty-five years of friendship.
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  • Wednesday, February 25, 2009 11:18 AM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)

    Next episode on Black History Month will play on:
    • Wednesday, February 25th at 9:00pm
    • Wednesday, March 4th at 9:00pm
  • Monday, February 23, 2009 2:52 PM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)

    On Friday February 21st a class of students from the Lincoln High School spent half a day at the WorldBeat Center for the Outreach Program:
    • African Drumming Workshop by Nana
    • Hands on demonstration by DJ FOS
    • Performance of conscious Hip Hop by X-Clan
    • Sustainability Lecture by Makeda Dread
    • Film and slide presentation of the African presence in Mexico by Jorge Gonzalez

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  • Wednesday, February 18, 2009 2:40 PM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    Tribute to the Reggae Legends 2009
    San Diego Sports Arena

    Watch the video of the concert!

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  • Wednesday, February 18, 2009 2:10 PM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    One Love Peace Concert 2009
    El Foro, Tijuana

    Watch the video of the concert!

  • Wednesday, January 28, 2009 12:14 PM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    Barrington Levy
    Teach to the Youth Concert
    at WorldBeat Center


    The living reggae legend Barrington Levy gave his message of peace to the youth!
    At WorldBeat Center a special concert open to all ages!
    In this time of violence it's important to have entertainers like Barrington Levy that has positive words for the youth of today!

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  • Tuesday, January 27, 2009 11:31 AM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)


    On January 19th, 2009 WorldBeat Center's
    has celebrated the 20th Annual Martin Luther King  Day with resident artist and companies teach ongoing classes for adults and children in cultural drumming and dance; WBC African Dancer & Drummer;DSC06642.JPG Taiko; Egyptian; Brazilian Dancer and Percussionists by Super Sonic Samba; Capoeira; Gospel and Hip Hop.DSC_4321.JPG

    This year WorldBeat Center proudly has hosted Yami
      Bolo conscious roots reggae ambassador and hip hop icon X Clan, pioneers against the grain of negative lyrics and ego tripping poetics.

  • Thursday, January 22, 2009 1:55 PM | WorldBeat Cultural Center (Administrator)
    San Diego residents paused to reflect the legacy of Martin Luther King at the annual parade held in his honor.
    Those who attended thought of how far the nation has come since Dr. King's "I have a dream" speech, just three days before President-Elect Barack Obama's inauguration.
    The Parade, featuring marching bands and floats, starts at 10am from the east side of PetCo Park (tailgate park at 13th and Imperial) and travels north on Park Blvd to J Street, then west to 7th, then south on 7th and ends at the west side of Petco Park.128_3209.JPG


    Makeda Dread and WorldBeat Center's staff have honored civil rights hero Dr. King with a bus completely covered with banners celebrating many icons of our era like Marcus Garvey, Bob Marley and Barack Obama.
    On the bus Dj Carlos Culture live!

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