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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...
'Django Unchained': The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Jan 05, 2013
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following two film reviews offer competing perspectives on Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," a movie about a former slave who sets out to free his wife from bondage and exact revenge on a sadistic Mississippi slave owner.  The...
Why American Chinatowns Must Change
Oct 27, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO--A few months back, author Bonnie Tsui wrote a short article in The Atlantic magazine titled “The End of Chinatown.” “I think ‘end,’ is the end of Chinatown as we know it,” said Tsui. “So we have known it...
Part 2: Why Indian Americans Should Pick Obama
Oct 21, 2012
Editor's Note: In the second in a two-part series, Khabar editor Parthiv N. Parekh argues that Indian Americans should vote for President Obama and not be fooled by the "myths" of the Republican Party. Read Part 1, Why Indian Americans Should...
Giant ‘Comfort Women’ poster erected in Time Square
Oct 05, 2012
South Korean singer and well known political campaigner, Jang-hoon Kim and PR expert Prof. Kyoung-duk Seo are taking the sensitive topic of Comfort Women to the US.A poster, asking “Do You Remember?”, was erected in New York’s Time Square on...
Obama’s Fleeting Cairo Moment
Sep 17, 2012
In April 1980, a U.S. helicopter crashed into a transport plane in the Iranian desert, sealing the fate of a rescue mission ordered by President Jimmy Carter to save 53 American hostages in Tehran. The debacle that was Operation Eagle...
U.S. Ethnic Media on the DNC: Passion, Pick-Up Lines and Possibility
Sep 07, 2012
Editor’s Note: A snapshot of U.S. ethnic media coverage from this week’s Democratic National Convention provides a glimpse into the ways the DNC is playing out in their communities. New America Media takes a look at some of the reporting...
From Panama to China, a Family Reconnects
Sep 02, 2012
Sol de Leon, an immigrant to the United States from Panama, lights up when recalling the "incredible" meeting with her extended family in China.Her grandfather Liang Tick Fe left the village of Fa Yen -later renamed Pingshan - on the...
The Darkest Knight - Could Bane Have Saved James Holmes?
Jul 26, 2012
When I learned of the theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, I immediately thought of the chilling and explosive climax to Quentin Tarantino’s film Inglorious Basterds. In it, a team of Jewish American soldiers in occupied France manages to infiltrate the...
Gay or Not: The Real Cost of The Gandhi Auction That Never Was
Jul 17, 2012
 Gandhi, or at least a slice of Gandhi, now has a price tag: $1.28 million to be precise.That's what the Indian government is coughing up to get its hands on 40 years of documents, telegrams and letters between the Mahatma...
Jewish Groups Concerned Over 'Show Me Your Papers' Law
Jun 28, 2012
PHOENIX, Ariz. -- In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-3 ruling that strikes down three parts of SB1070, Arizona's anti-illegal immigration law, and keeps intact Section 2, which has been dubbed by its foes as "show me your...
The Kosher Conundrum: When Healthy Lunch Meets Tight Budgets, Dietary Rules
May 31, 2012
Photo: From the “Hazon Food Guide & Food Audit Toolkit” for Jewish Inspiration, Sustainable Communities.LOS ANGELES--Every Friday is pizza day at Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy, a private Jewish day school in Beverly Hills. For the school’s students, who range from...
The Case of the Black and Blue Bruise: Shakespearean Drama in San Francisco
May 29, 2012
Just about everyone in San Francisco has an opinion about the black and blue mark on the upper right arm of Eliana Lopez, Venezuelan TV star and wife of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. A controversial videotaped image of that bruise has...
The Case of the Black and Blue Bruise: San Franciscans Gripped by Shakespearean Drama
May 28, 2012
Just about everyone in San Francisco has an opinion about the black and blue mark on the upper right arm of Eliana Lopez, Venezuelan TV star and wife of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. A controversial videotaped image of that bruise has...
Legislating An End to Racial Profiling
Apr 19, 2012
No one denies – at least openly – that racial profiling is bad practice. The question at hand, and one raised during a Senate Committee hearing on civil and human rights earlier this week, is how to end it. On...
UFW, Jewish Community Bound by Social Justice Causes
Apr 14, 2012
FRESNO, Calif. -- If farmworker leader César E. Chávez were still alive, he might have joined Jewish families across the county in observing the start of Passover last weekend.Chávez, a devout Catholic, used to hold the ceremonial Passover dinner, known...
Latin American Imams and Rabbis Strengthen Muslim-Jewish Relations
Mar 27, 2012
As Jews and Muslims in France mourn together the savage murders of three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in Toulouse and the earlier killings of three French soldiers, including two Muslims, a delegation of 14 imams and...
NY Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez Could Be Challenged by Puerto Rican
Mar 26, 2012
WASHINGTON - Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, who is Puerto Rican, could face the challenge of a New York City Councilman of Puerto Rican origin, en route to the Democratic primary next June 26.Councilman Eric Martin Dilan, whose father, Martin Malave Dilan,...

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