Civil Rights. Sustainability. Technology. The question of humanity.
A manifesto for this generation
“Molina looks to past socially progressive movements — like Black Power, the American Indian movement, the Chicano movement, the struggle for women’s rights and others — for proof that focused, intentional people can create positive change. But he also embraces the modern context of today’s movement.” - Eryc Eyl, Reverb : Denver Post
Read the Denver Post REVERB Exclusive on BUILD 2020 Manifesto
At the current rate of technological change and adaptation, humans will experience 100 years of social change over the next ten years.
Futurists suggest that life in 2020 will not be recognizable through today’s lens.
Cell phones and social networking have redefined the way we live and the way we interact with each other. Today’s technology is considered “caveman era technology” by technocrats who envision a much more technologically-dependent future.
Transhumanism : the merger between man/woman and machine has begun.
Things are shifting culturally, socially, politically, economically and environmentally. People feel this transition and the anxiety associated with the rapidly shifting landscape.
How do we keep up, mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually, with such a rapid pace of social change?
Governments, corporations, think tanks, banking institutions, and other powerful entities have a vision for 2020. The question is, do you???
Environmental destruction, corporate greed, and social division cloud our future. But we have the ability to create a different world.
The time to Build 2020 is Now.
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Molina Speaks performs a rendition of Build 2020 at TedX MileHigh
“He’s a hip-hopper who says what he means and means what he says. But Molina’s latest project… is bigger than hip-hop. ‘Build 2020 Manifesto’ is just what its name implies — an urgent call to people of all ages to take charge of our own futures before someone else does. And we can pretty much guarantee you’ve never heard anything quite like it.”
- Denver Post Reverb
Hard copy CDs will be given away FREE to student activists, student organizations, and educators.