Z-Day Global

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Z-Day Global
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Peter Joseph at Z-Day 2009
Frequency Annually
Country 70 countries
Inaugurated 2009 (2009)
Most recent April 7, 2018 (2018-04-07)
Next event 2019
Attendance 100-1000
Organized by The Zeitgeist Movement
Website www.thezeitgeistmovement.com

TZM’s flagship global event which occurs each year in mid-March and features a main event with prominent Movement speakers and guests from all over the world, while working in solidarity with many other parallel events that occur the same day or weekend. This gesture is one of global unity towards a sustainable world that works for the planet and everyone one it.

It all started in in 2009, with over 400 events in over 70 countries. These events were well documented by news agencies across the world, including the New York Times in America.

A Zeitgeist Day Event can take on many forms, ranging from a simple showing of DVD media, to pre-recorded lectures, to interactive question-and-answer events, with Chapter Organizers in various regions giving their own unique presentations.

While it is not required to be in a regional Zeitgeist Movement Chapter to have an event, it is recommended. Generally speaking, we encourage each Chapter to help organize events in their region. If wish to start a chapter, please do!

History

2009

The very first Z-Day took place on March 16, 2009 in Borough of Manhattan Community College. It was attended by more than 900 people. [1] Attending were also Jacque Fresco and Roxanne Meadows from The Venus Project.

Z-Day 2009 Q&A with Jacque Fresco Roxanne Meadows Peter Joseph

References

  1. Feuer, Alan (March 16, 2009). "They've Seen the Future and Dislike the Present". NYTimes. Retrieved September 26, 2018.