Global House Warming Mar 28th at 9:00PM Indra Lounge
Talent: Glenn Underground & Boo Williams (SJU) Rick Wilhite (3 Chairs) MichaelAlan & Calvin Morgan (SWEAT) DJ Minx (WOW) Venus 7 (GIM), Glenn Thornton/Dawn Tallmen & Eddie Nicholas (Slaag) Mario Romay (GP)
Venue: Indra Lounge
Address: 841 Washington Ave
Time: 9:00 PM - 5:00 AM
Presented by: SWEAT, Sweet & Deep, Strictly Jazz Unit, Global Influences Music
WMC Badge Policy: Free with WMC Badge
Details: SWEAT, Sweet & Deep, Strictly Jazz Unit & Global Influences Music presents a benefit for M.I.A. (Medicine In Action). 2 floors of Soulful dance music & live percussion, including DJ Rico (MocRadio)
Contact Name: Calvin Morgan
Phone: 404 641 0789
LUNCH PAD MEDIA , SLAAG RECORDS ,MEDICINE IN ACTION
GLOBAL INFLUENCES MUSIC PRESENT:
GLOBAL HOUSE WARMING EVENT@ WMC 'O9
About The Global house warming event:
Since its inception in the mid 80s, the Winter Music Conference (WMC) in its 23rd year attracts a global audience of more than 100,000 music lovers, top international artists, DJs and industry professionals, record labels, producers, press, retailers, and countless others. WMC is one of the most anticipated events in the electronic music industry for their fervid fans and the behind the decks industry professionals. It is held annually every March in the prime location of South Beach, Miami. Over 300 parties and venues stretch the sunny, coastal city of Miami introducing new innovations for music production, business development seminars, and an electrified stream of nighttime events, parties, and performances showcasing renowned artists and DJs from all over the world. 2009 marks an especially crucial moment to educate and promote global environmental issues and support humanitarian causes spanning across our Earth. Within the rapid changes of technology and busy, frantic lives, the Global Housewarming Event at WMC '09 in collaboration with Launch Pad Media, Slaag Records, Medicine In Action, and Global Influences Music endeavors to create a memorable experience. With the WMC '09 as a platform and vehicle for music lovers, this singular event will showcase world-celebrated artists, performers, and top of the line fashion designers, non-profit organizations, and eco-awareness groups, delivering premium music and the fashion forward with a message of remedy for healing and change.
Medicine In Action
Medicine in Action is a non-profit global medical organization dedicated to providing quality medical and surgical care, founded by Karolynn Echols and Deborah Chong. These two doctors met during their residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. They immediately bonded as each sensed the other's sensitivity in providing healthcare to underprivileged people. It was during the first trip to Jamaica in December of 2005 that MIA was born. Since then MIA has become a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in the USA and continues to grow in interest from doctors worldwide.
MIA was founded in the spring of 2006 and is dedicated to providing quality medical and surgical care to people in underprivileged countries with a focus on women's healthcare issues. Through education and an emphasis on good health we strive towards the empowerment of women worldwide. Through our medical missions, MIA also provides international exposure for residents and medical students. We believe this practice breaks down cultural barriers and contributes to the development of globally sensitive physicians.
UP COMING MISSION
Tanzania, Africa- August 31st -September 13th, Contact Debbie Chong at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingston, Jamaica- November 1-15th 2008, Contact Ann Leber at email@example.com
Kingston, Jamaica- February 14-21, 2009. Please contact Karolynn Echols at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tanzania, Africa- May 10-24, 2009. Please contact Debbie Chong at email@example.com
Tanzania, Africa- Sept 13-27, 2009. Please contact Debbie Chong at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingston, Jamaica- November 1-14, 2009. Please contact Karolynn Echols at email@example.com
We welcome volunteers for our future missions, both medical professionals and para-professionals. We ask new volunteers for a monetary donation for patient expenses($500 for physicians and $300 for non-physicians). This donation is waived after your first mission trip. Residents and medical students are exempt from this donation. Each mission is approximately 10 working days. There will be both surgery and clinic opportunities as well as community based education. You may prefer to plan a trip for two weeks so that you leave time to sight-see at the end of the mission. Both countries have a lot to offer. For example, in Jamaica- there is scuba diving, beaches, waterfalls as well as hiking to Blue Mountain peak. The Serengeti is just two hours away from the health unit in Tanzania and you can go on Safari after the mission. Tanzania is also home to exotic Zanzibar and Mount Kilamanjaro.
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