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April 2021

Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate and the Crippling of American Democracy – Adam Jentleson

April 14 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM PDT
Warriors for Peace WA 98446 United States
Warriors for Peace

In 2020 we saw tremendous upheaval and conflict in our political environment here in the United States. Adam is very familiar with the Washington D.C. political environment as he worked within its walls for many years.  How have we evolved to this quagmire of distortion, disruption, anger, and confusion?  We’ll be discussing the evolution of discord and why it is important for us to be aware to deal with it now.

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Forever in My Veins: How Film Led Me To The Mysterious World Of The African Shaman – Lionel Friedberg

April 21 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM PDT
Warriors for Peace WA 98446 United States
Warriors for Peace

Africa…a land of mystery, a land and people that have been occupied by other nations for so many generations that one wonders if they have forgotten their rich history of the past. Lionel is an accomplished film maker, who has been the recipient of many awards for his work, who has traveled around the world filming many cultures and environments.  He was born in South Africa and considers it the home of his soul. We’ll be discussing how this vast…

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Swimming Upstream: Four Generations of Fishmongering – Michael F. Foley

April 28 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM PDT
Warriors for Peace WA 98446 United States
Warriors for Peace

Swimming Upstream is the story of four generations of Foley fishmongers, their successes and failures, their talents and foibles. Each generation has met the changing needs of the business in its own way, but in four generations, the goal set by the founder to provide customers only truly fresh, delicious, nutritious seafood has never been compromised. Swimming Upstream is more than the story of a family and a business. It is an immigrant's story of Boston in the early 1900s.

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