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SCCAA Presents: TURLOCK : The Documentary With Production Crew!

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  • Paris Harvey
    Flyer attached for posting... SCCAA Presents: *First Spark Media* and *Animal Place* present this *special screening* of the feature length documentary
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 18, 2013

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      SCCAA Presents:  First Spark Media and Animal Place present this special screening of the feature length documentary 


      September 5th, 7 to 9 PM @ the Blue Light Cinema in Cupertino

      Chronicling 50,000 animals left to starve to death in Turlock, Ca February 2012. Filmed over the course of 1 year, the film delves into the reality of animal farming and raises the question of how we view non-human animals in our society today.

      Directed by Keegan Kuhn ~  Executive Producer Shani Campbell  ~  Music by xTrue Naturex

      Santa Clara County Activists for Animals will host Keegan Kuhn, Director, and Shani Campbell, Producer, who will present this film and share more details about this inspirational and heart-warming rescue, while leaving the audience filled with hope.  Other members from Animal Place, featured in the film, will be present to share their stories

       Watch the Trailer https://vimeo.com/63433574        

        This is a free event.

      Raffle: for DoTerra Essential Oil Kit and Consultation, with Bernadette Astrella

      Blue Light Cinema 21275 Stevens Creek Blvd Cupertino

      RSVP @ https://turlock.eventbrite.com

      About  Santa Clara County Activists for Animals (SCCAA)

      SCCAA was conceived in 2007 through the efforts of volunteers who fought for California Proposition 2, which passed and will regulate cruel factory farm practices in California. Prop. 2 will ensure that all veal calves, breeding pigs, and egg-laying hens will be given enough room to stretch their limbs and be able to turn around. Since their victory, SCCAA members have continued their fight for animals throughout Santa Clara County and the surrounding areas. The all-volunteer run organization has participated in various events to promote better treatment of animals, particularly within the food industry. For more information, please visithttp://www.activistsforanimals.org/

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