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Movie Geeks United welcomes actress Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) and director Michael Winterbottom (The Killer Inside Me, Jude) to discuss their new film Trishna, an adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Ubervilles set in India.
Plus, the latest movie news and reviews, including a list of the 25 most influential directors of all time.
Join us tonight for and information packed show with news in the first hour followed by Chris Pinto in hours two and three. In the first hour we will be talking about the latest presidential primary results as well as the latest news and current events. In the 2nd and 3rd hours we will be joined by radio show host and film maker Chris Pinto.
Adullam Films was founded in 1999 by writer/director Chris Pinto for the purpose of chronicling through film & video production the chief evidence of our time that proves the word of God is true, and that Jesus Christ is coming soon. Chris is also the host of the Noise of Thunder Radio Program, where issues of history and the Bible are the chief topics of discussion and debate, dedicated to defending the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Show Website: http://www.HagmannAndHagmann.com
Doug’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/douglas.hagmann
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Dr. Anastasia Chopelas invites the healer/health coach Patricia Pinto to talk about her unique program for transforming women through diet, movement, and ancient Mexican healing arts. Patricia tailors her program to your specific circumstances, allowing for profound breakthroughs.
Patricia Pinto, creator of Rise Warrior Woman! Program, empowers women by raising their life force energy through a unique combination of health, fitness and ancient Mexican healing arts passed down through generations in her family.
Dr. Anastasia Chopelas, author, physicist and the Scientific Healer, is the founder of Diamond Healing Method, a combination of modern science and ancient healing arts.
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Listen in as author Kristen Moeller is interviewed on Salida's community radio station KHEN with Jane Carpenter.
Moeller lost her house in a 2012 in a devastating wildfire that destroyed 21 homes and killed three of her neighbors. Her latest book Phoenix Rising: Stories of Remarkable Women Walking through Fire tells the heart-wrenching stories of twenty women who suffered devastating loss in western wildfires.
To honor these men and women who put their lives on the line to fight our fires across the West, on April 9th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Salida Steam Plant (220 W Sackett Ave, Salida, CO), Kristen is hosting book launch and benefit concert.
World-renowned band "The Kin" along with opener Salida’s own Lily Pinto for a hot night in our little Mountain town! All proceeds will benefit the Wildland Firefighter foundation.
For more info visit www.PhoenixRisingFund.com
We are honored that Michael Pinto, President of Pento Portfolio Strategies, has agreed to be our guest. Mr. Pinto is a well established specialist in the Austrian School of economics and a regular guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox as well as many other financial programs. He is also a financial columnist for Forbes, contributor to thestreet.com, and blogger for the Huffington Post
"Latinas Y Cafe" leadership podcast for FEBRUARY 2016
Estela G. Ballón, Ph.D., Cal Poly Pomona
Katy M. Pinto, Ph.D., CSUDH
Jacqueline Arroyo-Romano, Ph.D., Texas A & M International
"How Top Latinas Broke Barriers"
Estela Godinez Ballón, Ph.D., Cal Poly Pomona
Dr. Estela Godinez Ballón is a professor in the Liberal Studies Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She has a Ph.D in sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Katy M. Pinto, Ph.D., California State University Dominguez Hills
She earned her B.A. in Sociology and Spanish at San Diego State University. Dr. Pinto earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
While at UCLA she was affiliated with the Chicano Studies Research Center and was a Teaching Assistant in the Chicana/o Studies Department Posteoctoral research at the University of California, Riverside in the Center for Family Studies and the Sociology department. Faculty at CSU, Dominguez Hills, Associate Professor and graduate coordinator in the Department of Sociology.
Jacqueline Arroyo-Romano, Ph.D., Texas A & M International University
Currently works at Texas A & M International University in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, as a bilingual/ESL assistant professor.
“As Malcolm lay on the stage dying , his pregnant wife removed form the inner pocket of his suit coat the note with the names of the five men he believed who assassinated him. She stuck it in her purse, showing it to no one… Two weeks later, on February 25, a Kenyan government official who supported Malcolm X’s U.N. petition was assassinated. According to press reports, Pio Pinto was sitting in a car outside his home with his three year old daughter when three assassins walked up to him and shot him to death.” Judas Factor BY KARL EVANZZ
“I ran a regular public relations campaign for Malcolm in Folsom. I was to it that copies of his speeches were made circulated among Negro inmates. I never missed a chance to speak favorably about Malcolm, to quote him, to explain and justify what he was trying to do. soon I had the ear of the Muslims, and it was not long before Malcolm had another ardent defenders in Folsom. In a very short time Malcolm became the hero of the vast majority of Negro inmates. Elijah Muhammad was quickly becoming irrelevant, passe." Soul on Ice by Eldridge Cleaver.
“ In our time, Malcolm X is the supreme example. His live and accomplishments galvanized a generation of young Black people; he helped us take a great stride forward with a new sense of ourselves and our destiny. But meaningful as his life was, his death had great significance, too. A new militant spirit was born when Malcolm died. It was born of outrage and unified Black consciousness, out of the sense of a task left undone.
"In light of this, I was able to stand back a little and consider my own death. When Black people saw Black Panthers being killed not only by the police but also by the judicial system, they would feel the circle closing around them and take another step forward. In this sense, my death would not be meaningless." Huey P. Newton
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