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Aging Up: Successful Foster Youth Highlight Flaws in Nation's Care Systems
Jan 30, 2013
 It’s hard for Sixto Cancel, a lifelong, now former, foster kid, to fight the feelings of guilt that will occasionally creep up when he thinks about his life journey. Last week, the 20-year-old Afro-Hispanic college freshman traveled to the nation’s...
Mixed Race Beauty Won Miss Singtao Pageant
Jan 29, 2013
  Diana Weng became the new Miss Sing Tao last December. She’s half Chinese, half Mexican, and her mixed heritage inspired her to try out for the pageant. A sophomore at San Francisco State University with double major in Spanish...
Ethnic Media's Collective Message to the White House: Do It Now
Jan 28, 2013
Editor's Note: This editorial was produced in association with New America Media (http://www.newamericamedia.org), a national association of ethnic media, and was published by more than 50 ethnic media across the country to bring attention to the urgency of immigration reform....
2013년 이민법 개혁을 위한 소수계 언론의 공동 선언
Jan 27, 2013
편집자 주: 본 관련 기사는 미 소수계 언론연합인 뉴어메리카미디어 에서 제공하며 미 전역의 소수계 언론이 이민법 개혁의 즉각적인 대처와 관심을 촉구하고 있다. 백악관과 의회는 정당하고 인권을 생각하는 포괄적 이민 개혁법을 신속하게 개정해야 한다. 2012년 대선 이후 민주당 및 공화당 의원들은...
Researchers Focus on LGBT Seniors, Including Gay Ethnic Elders
Jan 26, 2013
Photo: LGBT expert Marcy Adelman (Ed Kashi/Civic Ventures)Click to read Part 1SAN FRANCISCO--In terms of academic research, LGBT seniors largely remain in the closet. Only a few studies have attempted to shed light on the needs of aging LGBT adults.Experts...
N. Korea Allows Visitors to Bring Own Cellphones
Jan 21, 2013
North Korea, one of the world’s most reclusive countries, has started to allow foreign visitors to bring their own mobile phones into the country, a Chinese media outlet said yesterday.China’s state-news Xinhua News Agency said North Korean authorities lifted the...
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,...
Chinese Seniors Report Having Frequent Suicidal Thoughts
Jan 18, 2013
A new study of Chinese seniors in the Bay Area suggests they entertain thoughts of suicide at higher rates than seniors in other ethnic groups, reports the Chinese-language Sing Tao Daily. Of those surveyed, the report notes some 15 percent...
US and Japan Conduct Drill
Jan 15, 2013
A five-day air combat exercise by Japan's Self-Defense Forces and United States troops based in Japan has ended, as the two ally countries prepare for deliberations to revise their security cooperation treaty.The drill was conducted over Pacific waters on Tuesday...

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