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First Gay, Latino Inaugural Poet’s ‘América’ Tells Every Immigrant’s Story
Jan 19, 2013
Photo: Richard Blanco at 2012 poetry reading in Madrid, Spain.Editor’s Note: The Presidential Inaugural Committee announced that poet Richard Blanco will be one of five people selected to read an original poem at a President Barack Obama’s second-term inauguration. Blanco,...
S.F. Parents Opt for Language Immersion
Jul 01, 2012
(This project is a collaboration of New America Media, San Francisco Chronicle and KTSF Television. The story cannot be reprinted without permission.) 中文翻譯 The paths that brought parents to the Korean Immersion program at San Francisco’s Claire Lilienthal elementary...
Foster Care, Uncertain Futures Loom for Thousands of Immigrant Children
Jan 30, 2012
WASHINGTON—More than 5,000 children of immigrants are languishing in state foster care nationwide because their parents were living in the United States illegally and were detained or deported by federal immigration authorities. These children can spend years in foster homes,...
National Defense Authorization Act Targets Political Dissenters
Jan 21, 2012
On January 22, 2009, newly inaugurated President Barack H. Obama proudly issued his first three executive orders, one of them, a directive requiring the infamous Guantanamo Bay prison facility to be closed within one year.Nearly three years later, Guantanamo Bay...
Iraq’s Unfinished Story—Millions of Refugees Abandoned by U.S.
Jan 06, 2012
Each time Uncle Sam ventures abroad he leaves an unfinished story, and nowhere is it most unfinished than the story of Iraq, where despite flowery speeches regarding freedom and sovereignty by the Obama administration, despite assurances that tyranny has been...
Iraq's Unfinished Story: Millions of Refugees Abandoned by U.S.
Jan 06, 2012
Each time Uncle Sam ventures abroad he leaves an unfinished story, and nowhere is it most unfinished than the story of Iraq, where despite flowery speeches regarding freedom and sovereignty by the Obama administration, despite assurances that tyranny has been...
Forgetting the Iraq War
Dec 22, 2011
American wars used to end decisively. When Americans came back from defeating the Germans after World War II, there were ticker-tape parades. When the last U.S. helicopter lifted off from Saigon, Vietnam on April 30, 1975, the image seared deep...
Boyajian: Turkeys Henchmen: Mass Media Butcher the Armenian Genocide
The Armenian Weekly, Commentary, David Boyajian, Apr 24, 2010
On Armenian Genocide memorial day, David Boyajian unravels the politics behind U.S. acknowledgment of the genocide and its strategic relationship with Turkey.
A Jihad for Love
New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 22, 2010
Parvez Sharma is a New York based Indian writer and filmmaker who is best known for his film on gay and lesbian Muslims in the Middle East, A Jihad for Love. He tells of his travels through the Muslim world and hidden lives as these people fear for their lives.
Waters and CBC Members Stand Strong for Black Media Jobs, Small Businesses, Housing and Census Count
LA Sentinel, News Analysis, Hazel Trice Edney, Jan 27, 2010
The 10 Black members of the powerful House Finance Committee are still being applauded this week by the Black Press and Black leaders nationally for boldly boycotting a committee meeting in order to force a $4 billion allocation to benefit the Black community.
A Doctor's Word--Tips from Al on Managing Diabetes
New America Media, Commentary, Erin Marcus, M.D., Jan 09, 2010
Al Whitaker, 54, an associate church pastor in Boston, was diagnosed with diabetes nine years ago. But through diet, exercise and self-management, he is in control of a "scary" diagnosis and his health.
Christmas in Dalat, Christmas in San Francisco
New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 25, 2009
Wild orchids and painted pine cones. These things I remember of Christmas in Vietnam. It was in Dalat, the mountain city with its persistent fog and whispering pine forests, that I first celebrated Christmas. My father had been transferred there after the 1968 Tet offensive, and he brought the entire family with him.
A Doctors Word--Prevent Diabetes with Diet and Exercise
New America Media, Commentary, Erin Marcus, M.D., Dec 22, 2009
By all accounts, Frances Vasquez ought to be a diabetic. At age 47, she was overweight and had high blood sugar. But she radically changed her lifestyle through nutrition and exercise and prevented the disease.
Giving Thanks During Hard Times
YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Commentaries: Various Authors // Audio: Malcolm Marshall and Donny Lumpkins // Video: Valerie Klinker, Nov 27, 2009
This Thanksgiving YO! asked young people what they were thankful for this year despite the hardships that have arisen in their lives.
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Koreans and Latinos Break Bread on the Soccer Field
New America Media, text by Jacob Simas, VideoVideo: Jacob Simas and Josue Rojas, Nov 26, 2009
Thanksgiving arrived early for Korean and Latino community members in Oakland, Calif. who gathered for a soccer match followed by a bountiful turkey dinner.
Thanksgiving Dinner A La Pinoy
Inquirer.net, News Feature, Vangie Baga-Reyes, Nov 26, 2009
Chefs and food aficionados suggest ideas to put a Filipino twist on your Thanksgiving feast.

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