David LaMotteis creating music, books, and conversations that matter.
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Thanks so much for investing deeply in what I'm up to, and being a significant part of it. My non-profit in Guatemala, which I have been working for as a volunteer since 2004, is called PEG Partners, partly because a tuning peg leads to a big change with a small effort. That's what we're trying to do here.
About David LaMotte
If you would like to be a part of that community, I invite you to join us for monthly video chats, and chime in here any time you like with comments or questions. If you really just want to chip in to support my work, but don't want to come by for video chats, etc., that's fine, too. No pressure!
Everyone who is a part of this group gets the same stuff, no matter how much or how little you choose to contribute, down to one dollar a month (roughly the price of downloading one song on iTunes). You can cancel, increase or decrease your pledge any time.
If you're a part of this crowd, I will be sending you at least one song a month, generally something new that I'm working on, and until we run out of chapters, you'll be getting a chapter a month of the audio book for my book Worldchanging 101: Challenging the Myth of Powerlessness, until the book is done, and by then, I'll have something else cool to offer in that slot. Four times a year, I'll do a video concert that is Patreon-only, and we'll also have monthly group video chats, and extra stuff that just shows up from time to time.
If you want to know more about what I do, here are a few links:
DavidLaMotte.com — the main hub for my music, books, and other projects, as well as booking requests.
PEGpartners.org — the non-profit I founded in 2004, which supports Guatemalan educators with projects on literacy, critical thought, and artistic expression.
AbrahamJam.com — A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian walk into a music hall... my interfaith band, with Billy Jonas and Dawud Wharnsby.
LetsBeNeighbors.org — The place to download or order 'Let's Be Neighbors' banners, now hanging across the U.S. on houses and faith community buildings.
My TEDx talk — On the intersection between peace work and music.
Thanks for being interested, and welcome to the circle!