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The Free & Equal Elections Foundation to Host United We Stand Festival 2021 on July 3-4

Recent political and global events have called the attention of activists, artists, thought-leaders, celebrities, and more to come together in hopes of reshaping governments to better serve their people. Amid the global pandemic, The Free & Equal Elections Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is partnering with prominent foundations and groups to host the United We Stand (UWS) Festival, set to happen on July 3-4 at the beachside town of Cambria, California.

The Free & Equal Elections Foundation is one of the most respected non-profits in the county. It aims to revolutionize the electoral process through education and collaborative action, empowering American voters to take a more active role in shaping the country’s political system. Over the years, the organization has collaborated with notable foundations and companies to bring forth activities that will engage ordinary citizens who need a platform for their voices.

This year, The Free & Equal Elections Foundation, in partnership with the Brock Pierce Foundation, Open the Debates, and The Independent National Union will host one of the most significant political festivals in history. The United We Stand Festival will feature over 40 speakers, activities, artists, and musicians. The participants are determined to come together in a nationwide-scale gathering to bring communities together. The festival’s mission is to empower local communities to take their place in the electoral system.

“At this year’s UWS Festival, attendees will connect face-to-face with our community sponsors and national thought leaders for networking and coalition-building while giving back to our youth and uplifting our community with music, art, food, and conversation,” said The Free & Equal Elections Foundation in an official statement to the press.

The roster of speakers and artists during the United We Stand Festival includes Mike Love, Peia, Cas Haley, Samuel J, G. Edward Griffin, Sean Store, Richard Gage, Cindy Sheehan, Brock Pierce, Keith Mitchell, Karla Ballard, and more. The festival’s panels include individuals from indigenous groups, independent media representatives, independent candidates, blockchain voting and crypto entrepreneurs, and a 2024 debate coalition panel. 

Furthermore, the United We Stand Festival was made possible by sponsors who are committed to changing American politics for the better—Vote Bash, Regener8ive, Spark Hand Up, Amma Healing, Mikuna Foods, KNEKT.tv, Cambria Massage Therapy, Bali Gems, Cambria Currents, June Shine, Bulk Hemp Warehouse, Cambria Business Center, VeloCambria, West End Bar & Grill, Las Cambritas, Zen Again Catering & Events, Oceanpoint Ranch, Blue Bird Inn, Cambria Welcome Maps, Blue Evolution, Friends of La Maravilla, and the C. Montalvo Foundation. 

Additionally, over 300 guests will attend in person during the United We Stand Festival. For attendees who want to participate in the event but could not be present in California, The Free & Equal Elections Foundation has initiated to stream the event live on its website. The organizers also encourage private entities who would want to have the event live-streamed on their Facebook pages to contact the host foundation via this site using “UWS Cambria” in the subject line, along with a URL to their Facebook pages. For press and media inquiries please contact Info@StyleEnt.com.

All proceeds from the United We Stand Festival will go to Skate Cambria to help fund the rebuilding of a well-loved local skate park.

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