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Honduras Coup

Coup in Honduras - Viewed from Inside and Outside

New America Media, Commentary//Gallery, Text: José Castro, Translated by Elena Shore // Photos: Vasny A. Maldonado , Jun 30, 2009

The coup in Honduras through the eyes of a photographer in Tegucigalpa and a radio host in Tennessee.

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Damascus Erupts in Protests for Gaza

New America Media, Gallery, Shane Bauer, Dec 30, 2008

The Israeli attack on Gaza brought thousands of angry demonstrators out into the main square in Damascus. But the fist-pumping crowds also chanted slogans against Arab leaders like Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.

Green Street Car Show Hits San Jose

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Photos by Brittany Owens and Peter Micek, Aug 10, 2008

Car enthusiasts and environmentalists traded tips for healthy driving at the Green Street car show in San Jose, Calif. on July 26.

Fresno Says Yes to Green Driving

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Brittany Owens, Peter Micek & Suzanne Manneh, Jul 25, 2008

The wheels were turning as car lovers and environmentalists merged at the Green Street car show in Fresno, Calif., on June 28.

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Contemporary Jewish Art Museum Opens

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Words: Brittany Owens//Photos: Peter Micek, Mona Koh, Dan Rader, Natalie Standig, Bruce Damonte, Jun 14, 2008

The Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco held its opening party June 8. Installations focused on the Genesis narrative and Jewish culture.

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Palestinian Youth Express Themselves Through Hip-Hop (Gallery)

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Suzanne Manneh & The Local Nakba Committee, May 24, 2008

May 2008 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Nakba – Arabic for catastrophe, the expulsion of the Palestinian people and creation of the state of Israel. However, the Palestinian Diaspora decided to commemorate it with a different image: sharing and performing hip-hop.

A Beacon Shines from Mississippi’s Delta (Gallery)

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Al White, May 23, 2008

At a Mississippi Delta townhall, more than 400 African Americans listed inequities in education among their greatest concerns. Article funded by the Marguerite Casey Foundation's Equal Voice for America's Families campaign. © Al White/New America Media

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'Hurricane of Justice' Gathers in South Florida (Gallery)

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Joseph Rodriguez, May 01, 2008

Miami residents get tax help and attend a town hall meeting, part of the national Equal Voice for America's Families campaign. Article funded by the Marguerite Casey Foundation. © Joseph Rodriguez/New America Media

Even in ‘Obamaland,’ Change Starts at Home (Gallery)

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Photos by Joseph Rodriguez, Mar 14, 2008

The Camphor family of Chicago attended at a town hall meeting for families in Springfield, part of the national Equal Voice for America's Families campaign. Article underwritten by the Marguerite Casey Foundation. © Joseph Rodriguez/New America Media

Poor Border Town Spells Out Top Priorities (Gallery)

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Photos by Joseph Rodriguez, Feb 01, 2008

Residents of impoverished border towns of South Texas listed their greatest needs at this town hall meeting, part of the national Equal Voice for America's Families campaign. Article underwritten by the Marguerite Casey Foundation. © Joseph Rodriguez/New America Media

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