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Topanga Peace Alliance is a secular, nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting peace and justice on a local and global level. We are committed to seeking peaceful means of dispute resolution throughout the world; preserving life and defending basic human rights at home and abroad; and advocating practical, nonviolent alternatives to war.

If you join a fight for social justice you may win or lose, but just by being part of the struggle, you win, and your life will be better for it. - Howard Zinn

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Peaceful Action Toward A Future Worth Creating

TPA Film Night:

1. Keystone Pipelies Exposed  is a 20 Minute major investigative report from the Center for media and democracy debunking the key claims of the proponents of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The evidence shown in this film demonstrate that approving the Keystone XL would help undermine our climate future and would pose enormous risks of high-volume sticky tar leaks devastating Americans' water supply and America's agricultural Heartland. Learn how you can speak out and spread the facts.


2. The Whole World is Watching a 30 minute documentary from Michael Sizer focusing on our rights with cameras in public and the challanges that citizen journalists face.  Digital Cameras & social media sharing are possibly the most powerful tools available to activists. Learn about your rights to use them and why you should not be intimidated into putting them away just because someone tells you to.


3. Introduction to "Earth at Risk" a riveting 15 minute video by Derrick Jensen. Taken from the conference for "Earth At Risk" describes what corpoartions and governments are doing to the planet and provides strong inspiration to action. Also hoping to have a Skype interview  with Derrick Jensen live on the big screen at the end of the showing for the Q&A  discussion portion of Film night.

on Friday May 2nd at the Topanga Library, 122 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., 90290.

There will be a discussion after all 3 films. We will have a vegetarian snack potluck (no alcohol) at 7:15 p.m. with the film screening at 7:30 p.m.  If you can, please bring a non-alcoholic beverage, cheese, dip, fruit or crackers to share.  A $10 donation is requested, but no one is turned away for lack of funds. For further information please contact Debbie at



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