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Friday, June 29, 2007

Santa Fe Vets for Peace to Host Three Film Screenings

From Santa Fe Vets for Peace:

Wednesday, July 11, 7 PM, “Salt of the Earth"  An American drama released in 1954, with all writers being blacklisted by the Hollywood establishment due to their involvement in socialist politics. This film is one of the first pictures to advance the feminist social and political point-of-view. 

Wednesday, July 18, 7 PM, “Pueblo People: First Encounter”  Recounts how the world of the New Mexico Pueblo Indians was changed forever, when Coronado and his soldiers brought destruction and violence on this peaceful society. This program tells about the Pueblo peoples' first encounters with European civilization entirely from the indigenous point of view.

Wednesday, July 25, 7 PM, “Genetically Modified Food: Panacea or Poison”  Examines how the prospect of unwillingly taking part in a mass experiment in global nutrition has sparked outrage and anger. Viewers can make up their own minds about the manipulation of DNA and how it pertains to the foods they put into their bodies on a daily basis.

All films will be shown at Northern New Mexico College Theatre; 921 Paseo  de Onate; Espanola, NM. Questions? Please email cduran@cybermesa.com

June 29, 2007 at 09:36 AM in Film | Permalink


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