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Immigrants Become the New Media Makers for a New Europe
Dec 29, 2012
Photo: German journalist, Chadi Bahouth of New Dutch Media, is of Palestinian and Lebanese descent. He advocates for the rights of immigrants in Germany.PRAGUE, Czech Republic--Images flash on the big screen of a Vietnamese teen breakdancer shapeshifting his body while...
'O Jacintha, We’re Just Kidding'
Dec 21, 2012
Ed Note: The suicide earlier this month of Jacintha Saldanha, a nurse in London’s King Edward VII Hospital where Kate Middleton, wife to Prince William, was being treated for morning sickness, points to what Canada-based author and journalist George Abraham...
In Small-Town Conn., a History of Youth Suicides
Dec 17, 2012
Although there is no way to understand what was going on in Adam Lanza’s head, I felt a sense of recognition for the troubled face seen in the news clips. No, I did not identify or sympathize with him, but...
Can Black Clergy Reframe AIDS Fight?
Dec 15, 2012
  From Martin Luther King Jr. and the fight for civil rights in the 1960s to Rev. Al Sharpton and the fight against racial profiling and police brutality today, members of the clergy have been key leaders in some of...
Do American Indians Celebrate Thanksgiving?
Nov 22, 2012
The following article first appeared on the official blog of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.In thinking about my earliest memories of elementary school, I remember being asked to bring a brown paper sack to class so that...
Korean Rapper's Gangnam Video Big Youtube Hit
Oct 12, 2012
 Anthropologists and linguists no doubt are having a field day trying to chronicle and dissect how, in the early autumn of 2012, “Gangnam Style” became an American idiomatic expression. It stands for something along the lines of a brash, flamboyant...
Korean Rapper's Gangnam Video Bit Youtube Hit
Oct 12, 2012
 Anthropologists and linguists no doubt are having a field day trying to chronicle and dissect how, in the early autumn of 2012, “Gangnam Style” became an American idiomatic expression. It stands for something along the lines of a brash, flamboyant...
Gangnam Style Video Upends Crossover Success Myths
Oct 11, 2012
 Anthropologists and linguists no doubt are having a field day trying to chronicle and dissect how, in the early autumn of 2012, “Gangnam Style” became an American idiomatic expression. It stands for something along the lines of a brash, flamboyant...
U.S. Gun Laws: Public's Will Thwarted by Minority's Power
Aug 07, 2012
“The gunman is worse than the one at the theatre a couple of weeks ago because he targeted an entire community," said a worshipper who witnessed the tragic shooting at his local gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wis., Aug. 5. The...
Iroquois Nationals Bring ‘Creator’s Game’ to the World
Jul 15, 2012
TURKU, Finland – When the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team steps on to the field for the 2012 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships, they will stand out even before the games begin. As the only sanctioned indigenous sports team playing...
Media Cautious on Tulsa Killings
Apr 11, 2012
"Maybe it's the Trayvon Martin case, or maybe it's just the system working as it should, but news organizations are moving cautiously on the story of this weekend's shootings in Tulsa, Okla., which may -- may -- have been racially...
Will Psychiatry Replace Elders’ Old “Normal” With New “Mentally Ill” Diagnoses?
Mar 02, 2012
Photo: George Anderson's self-portrait before Parkinson's-related dementia struck. (Provided courtesy of LaVerne Anderson)Living halfway around the world, LaVerne Anderson has spent hundreds of hours on the phone and Internet during the past decade, carefully monitoring the care of her parents...
Wake Up and Smell the Curry: India Spurns England on Jet Deal
Feb 08, 2012
The Brits are in a tizzy. “What on earth do they know about cricket and curries?” sniffed Tory MP Peter Bone when he heard France’s Dassault had emerged as the lowest bid for India’s $10 billion jet fighter contract.Well, wake...
Op-ed: Waiver for NCLB the Right Choice for California
Jan 26, 2012
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Around this time every year, millions of parents in California are working through the school enrollment process. Unfortunately, while many don’t have a choice regarding what school their child will attend, those who do often find their...
New Hampshire City Debates Moratorium on Refugees
Jan 10, 2012
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Ahmed was called a traitor in Iraq. The 48-year-old worked as a security manager for several American newspapers. For that he was kidnapped twice, and threatened by men half his age. Both he and his wife were...
Recession or Depression -- Are We Really Better Off Than in the 1930s?
Dec 25, 2011
Photo: Saul Coplan with his mother, Ida, and cousin, Norman Kron, in Atlantic City in 1935.Some call this moment the Great Recession. As the hardship has lingered, others have begun calling it the Little Depression. But equating the hard times of...
Scientists Gleaning Longevity’s Secrets From Okinawa to Loma Linda
Dec 24, 2011
Photo: Okinawan seniors attend lectures at the Kariyushi Longevity School. (From This Is Okinawa.)BOSTON--The secrets of longevity are not so secret any more.Scientists know a lot about how diet, exercise, and social connections can extend the human lifespan. But experts...
After Iraq -- US Abandons Engagement for War on Tyrants
Dec 20, 2011
The Iraq War may well never be over since its objective of regime change continues to dictate U.S. foreign policy and spawn endless conflicts. Nine years after the second intervention against Baghdad, it is abundantly clear that Saddam Hussein’s prophetic...
Why There Are Words
New America Media, Blog , Andrew Lam, Aug 10, 2011
Andrew Lam is co-founder and editor of New America Media, an association of over 2000 ethnic media organizations in America. He
Jamaican American Artist Carves Out a Space in Hartford
The Hartford Guardian, News Feature, Ann-Marie Adams, Apr 13, 2010
A Brooklyn-born artist of Jamaican parents finds himself fighting for a cultural space within the larger art world and the larger society.

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