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Natalia Muñoz

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Natalia Muñoz is a multimedia journalist from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Interviews and rants and raves about Puerto Rico and the US on politics, culture, media and movies for WHMP Progressive Talk Radio out of Northampton MA, in English and en español.
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Hurricane Corruption joined forces with Hurricane María in Puerto Rico. The manmade storm began in the 1990s, when US Attorney for Puerto Rico Guillermo Gil summarized the jaw-dropping theft of untold millions of public dollars by the Gov. Rosselló Administration this way: “Corruption has a name and it’s called the New Progressive Party.” The debt …
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For a still mysterious reason, UMass-Boston was about to award the Chancellor’s Medal to Puerto Rico former Gov. Pedro Rosselló, whose administration is considered by historians and political observers as the most corrupt in the island’s history. Dozens of his administrators and Cabinet secretaries were imprisoned for stealing millions of dollars f…
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Liz Roberts, CEO of Valley Venture Mentors, says the first step to developing your awesome idea is to get out of the house and come to the monthly meeting, held the second Wednesday of the month (this month it’s on May 10) at 5 pm on the first floor of Tower Square next to Champions Sports Bar. Whether you have a kernel of an idea or want to mentor…
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Filmmaker Larry Hott and I talk with Diane Pearlman, executive director of the Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative. The BFMC brings together people who want to start making films and film industry veterans for workshops and networking events, promotes Western Massachusetts to moviemakers and wants to connect with you! On May 12 from 11:30 am to …
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Emmy-award winning filmmaker Larry Hott reviews “Street Fight,” about Cory Booker’s 2002 successful 2002 Newark, NJ, mayoral campaign. A documentary film by Marshall Curry.Trailer here: youtube.com/watch?v=u6EkpsYtrsELarry also reviews the documentary about deforestation activists “If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation.” Trailer here: yo…
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It was bound to happen - Trump noticed Puerto Rico. Oh no. Puerto Rico is in the throes of a catastrophic economy triggered by 1990s Gov. Pedro Rosselló, whose son, Ricardo, is now the governor and who is managing the mess started by his father. It's not that #tricky thinks his father did wrong; he seems intent on trying to erase what his father di…
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Gina Ayvazian leads the annual commemoration of Armenian Martyrs’ Day, when 1.5 million Armenians were systematically killed by the Turkish government starting in 1915, a genocide. All are welcome and asked to ear black at the event, which takes place April 24 at 5:30 pm at the garage behind Thornes Marketplace.…
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Deb Krivoy — co-Director of the Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival, now in its 12th year — and Lisa Newman, director of communications and visitor services, on the films showing through April 4 up and down I-91, join filmmaker Larry Hott for conversation on what’s coming up, and behind the scenes on putting together a film festival. More info here…
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We have a conversation with Crystal Senter-Brown, featured in Redbook Magazine, Vibe Magazine and Essence Magazine and has been a performance poet and writer for most of her life, about her movie "The Rhythm in Blue," based on her novel of the same name, that is making the rounds in film festival this year.Born in Morristown, TN to a bass-playing B…
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Larry Hott and the organizers on the 12th Annual Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Springfield Jewish Community Center, runs March 18 through April 4, 2017, screening 22 films in 9 cities and towns across Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties. More info here: http://pvjff.orgAlso, Estela López, an educator living in Hartford,…
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The Museum of the Old Colony is a work of conceptual art conceived by Pablo Delano. The exhibit at the King Juan Carlos l of Spain Center at New York University, 53 Washington Square South, NYC, gathers still photographs and moving images of Puerto Rico that reveal the visual logics of colonialism. This repertoire of images and subjects form a visu…
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Patricia Sandoval, professor of communications at Holyoke Community College, produced and directed the heart-filling and bursting multimedia event “Latinas con Pluma,” a Spanish-English bilingual performance of poems, plays and essays by famed and distinguished writers from Springfield-based Magdalena Gómez to Chicago-based Sandra Cisneros and belo…
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We interviewed Charles Blatcher lll, chairman of the National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations, about the very limited display of black veterans and their contributions to the country in times of war and peace and the Civil Rights Movement at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.We also speak with Sh…
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Janine Fondon is an Assistant Professor and Chair of Communications at Bay Path University, and one of the conveners of the March 8 “On the Move Forum” that honors our collective intention to advance women -- from Seneca Falls to Houston for the 1977 Women's Conference and now Longmeadow, MA.Also, La historiadora y coordinadora de Arecibo es Color,…
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