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Local Chicago Group Celebrates ZDay, a Global Awareness Event

On Saturday, March 13th, 10AM in the Edgewater neighborhood, supporters of The Illinois Chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement will present a free event open to the community in honor of Zeitgeist Day 2010 (shortened: ZDay). ZDay is an annual day of global action, occurring yearly in the month of March, designed to explore the root causes of the unfolding world financial, environmental, and labor collapses that are not discussed in mainstream press or academia, and a proposed solution.

Chicago, IL, March 12, 2010 –(PR.com)– On Saturday, March 13th from 10AM to 9PM in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood, supporters of The Illinois Chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement will present a free event open to the community in honor of Zeitgeist Day 2010 (shortened: ZDay). ZDay is an annual day of global action, occurring yearly in the month of March, designed to explore the root causes of the unfolding world financial, environmental, and labor collapses that are not discussed in mainstream press or academia, and to increase awareness about a proposed solution that involves the creative application of Science and Technology for social concern on a global scale in the form of a “Resource-Based Economy”.

For more information and registration, visit http://chapters.thezeitgeistmovement.com/il/

Event recap:
Thursday March 11 starting at 7PM: ZDAY2010 Orientation lecture and Q&A
Saturday March 13 starting at 10AM: ZDAY2010 Event Live Streaming and Q&A
Location: 6165 N Winthrop, Chicago (Artists in Residence bldg, large community room)
Registration: http://www.ZDay2010.org

Read the entire press release here.


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