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Jan. 23rd – Luminous Movement feat. AfroMassive, Dj Drez, & Dj Dhatu

Lu Fam Pro presents the Luminous Movement feat. AfroMassive, Dj Drez, Dj Dhatu, Mike the Poet, & guest host Freewill of the Luminaries!

This week’s theme: Afrobeats, Global Rhythms, Funk Grooves, & Soul Activation… Lets congregate on the dance floor!!!

In celebration of Martin Luther King’s Birthday week! $5 before 10pm!

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~ AFROMASSIVE~ 
Live Afro/Electro 7 Piece Band
https://facebook.com/afromassive

AfroMassive is a new ensemble bringing the masses exciting new music with a mission to turn on your brain and make you get down. Based in northern California, AfroMassive is a collective of like-minded musicians looking to cultivate something uniquely different in our current diverse music scene. Rooted in Afrobeat and funk, they bring their own influences to the table; The improvisational nuances of jazz, elements of electronic music and hip-hop and other influences from sounds from around the world. Mixing heavy bass, driving beats, sweet synthesizers and an in-your-face horn section, the end result is a sultry concoction designed to move you body and your mind.

~DJ DREZ ~
https://www.facebook.com/therealdjdrez 

Drez delves into blending yesterday’s roots with the innovative urban beats of today. His gradual evolution from Hip Hop DJ to World Music Taste Maker has blossomed a litany of accomplishments that have garnered Drez the title as one of the highest ranking DJs and producers in LA’s underground music scene. When he isn’t in the studio producing, spinning at some underground Hip Hop club, or having impromptu late night jam sessions with local artists, you might find him on his mat. Drez is a certified yoga instructor who teaches privately in Los Angeles and spends time helping fellow musicians with their yoga practice at home and when away on tour. In addition, you will see him djing yoga retreats and world music festivals from Europe to Asia or catch the latest on his accomplishments in the pages of magazines ranging from The Source to Yoga Journal. None of this is unusual for a true renaissance man like DJ Drez.

~ DJ DHATU ~
http://soundcloud.com/djdhatu

My Name is John Neal aka Dhatu. I am a cultural world music DJ/remixer/producer based out of Ventura County,CA.The music genres i perform live with are from the Balkans,India,Africa,Middle East,South America and blend in a little bit of Moombahton and Electro swing.I have performed at a few different festivals/shows around Southern California within the last 6 years.In some of my past shows, I have added belly dancers,fire dancers,rappers and artist. My main focus is to make people dance and bring a good positive show.

~ MIKE THE POET ~ ( Special MLK Poem & Invocation )
http://mikethepoetla.tumblr.com/

Mike Sonksen, also known as, Mike the Poet, is a 3rd generation LA native acclaimed for poetry performances, published articles & legendary city tours. Poet, journalist, historian, tour guide, teacher. He graduated from U.C.L.A. Mike’s book I AM ALIVE IN LOS ANGeLES! has been added to the curriculum of several universities. Mike’s performed his poetry coast to coast at college campuses, museums, bookstores, nightclubs & just about any venue you can imagine. His Los Angeles city tours combine poetry and history and have been written up in the New York Times, THE UK Guardian, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Straight No Chaser. 

~ Special Guest Host FREE(W)iLL of the Luminaires
https://facebook.com/FreewillHipHop

:::: ABOUT MARTIN LUTHER KING :::: 

Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia on 15th January, 1929. Both his father and grandfather were Baptist preachers who had been actively involved in the civil rights movement. King graduated from Morehouse College in 1948. After considering careers in medicine and law, he entered the ministry. While studying at Crozer Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania, King heard a lecture on Mahatma Gandhi and the nonviolent civil disobedience campaign that he used successfully against British rule in India.

Over the next few months King read several books on the ideas of Gandhi, and eventually became convinced that the same methods could be employed by blacks to obtain civil rights in America. He was particularly struck by Gandhi’s words: “Through our pain we will make them see their injustice”. King was also influenced by Henry David Thoreau and his theories on how to use nonviolent resistance to achieve social change.

Dr. King was a pivotal figure in the Civil Rights Movement. He was elected president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, the organization which was responsible for the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott from 1955 to 1956 (381 days). He was arrested thirty times for his participation in civil rights activities. He was a founder and president of Southern Christian Leadership Conference from 1957 to 1968. He was also vice president of the national Sunday School and Baptist Teaching Union Congress of the National Baptist Convention. He was a member of several national and local boards of directors and served on the boards of trustees of several institutions and agencies. Dr. King was elected to membership in several learned societies including the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

During the 1950’s, Dr. King became active in the movement for civil rights and racial equality. He participated in the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott and many other peaceful demonstrations that protested the unfair treatment of African-Americans. 

Dr King’s famed “I Have A Dream Speech” was delivered on August 28, 1963, in which he called for an end to racism in the United States. The speech, delivered to over 200,000 civil rights supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, was a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement

Dr. King received several hundred awards for his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement, and most noticeably, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Dr. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee.Commemorating the life of a tremendously important leader, we celebrate Martin Luther King Day each year in January, the month in which he was born. 

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*** Lu Fam Pro presents the Luminous Movement, a weekly community gathering event held every Wednesday at Zanzibar. Hosted by J Brave of the Luminaries. 

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*** We encourage you to arrive early, find parking, and be part of this magical evening of music, intention, and community. 

*** Live Visuals by Abhi Thati 

*** Resident MC/DJ Amore One of the Luminaries 

*** Kombucha 2000 and Starfire Water will be sold at the bar, including all your favorite alcoholic beverages. 

*** Doors 9pm, $5 before 10pm, $10 after 10pm

*** 21+ ID required by ALL who enter the club

*** Location: Zanzibar 1301 5th St. Santa Monica, CA 

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