Collaborations

These joint reporting projects between ethnic and mainstream media are made possible by the American Society of Newspaper Editors and NAM, which the Knight Foundation supports with fellowships for the ethnic media.

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New America Now: Voices From The Muslim World

New America Now, Audio, Apr 16, 2010

This week on New America Now - Voices From the Muslim World: Stephen Franklin talks about the dangers faced by Arab bloggers in the Middle East, author Reza Aslan the looks at the "clash of civilizations" mentality in No god But God, Sumbul Ali-Karamali explains how Muslim women are participating in society and changing the world in The Muslim Next Door, and filmmaker Parvez Sharma on his award winning documentary Jihad for Love which shows the pressures of being a gay Muslim.

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Cultural Isolation A Health Threat to Punjabi Farm Workers

India West With a NAM Fellowship, News Feature, Ketaki Gokhale, Jun 14, 2007

As the mild days of spring give way to the blistering heat of summer, hundreds of Indian farm workers will take to the peach orchards near Sacramento, Calif. to help with the harvest.

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Muslim and Jewish Leaders Co-Host Foreign Journalists

Muslim Observer, News Feature, Adil James, Jun 03, 2007

A diverse gathering of Muslim media and Jewish spokespersons in Michigan discussed differences and similiarities within their respective traditions.

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Chinese Medicine Gaining Respectability in the West

San Francisco Chronicle, New America Media. , News Report, Suzanne B. Thompson, Eugenia Chien, Photos by Chris Stewart., Jun 27, 2006

Support from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing of botanical drugs helps boost the credibility of ancient herbal treatments. Chinese Version Icon

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A Beautiful Memory: The Art of African American Embalming

Oakland Tribune, News Report + Video/, Words: Kamika Dunlap, Photos: Jane Tyska, Mar 23, 2006

This story was produced as a result of a reporting fellowship sponsored by the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Knight Foundation, along with New America Media. Main Story: New Orleans' Black Funeral Business Faces a Grim Future.

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New Orleans' Black Funeral Business Faces a Grim Future

Oakland Tribune, News Report + Video, Words: Kamika Dunlap, Photos: Jane Tyska, Mar 23, 2006

This story was produced as a result of a reporting fellowship sponsored by the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Knight Foundation, along with New America Media. Sidebar: The Art of African American Embalming

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Custom of Black Funerals Part of New Orleans Fabric

Afro.com, News Report, Words: Kenneth Mallory, Photos: Jane Tyska, Mar 17, 2006

The following story is the second part of a story examining the issues facing the Black funeral industry in New Orleans. The story was produced as a result of a reporting fellowship sponsored by the American Society of Newspaper Editors, the Knight Foundation, along with New America Media.

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Funeral Directors Face Life After Katrina

Afro.com, News Report, Words: Kenneth Mallory, Photos: Jane Tyska, Mar 17, 2006

The following story, the first of two parts, examines the issues facing the Black funeral industry in New Orleans. The story was produced as a result of a reporting fellowship sponsored by the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Knight Foundation, along with New America Media.

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Vietnamese Nail Businesses Prosper in Florida

Nguoi Viet, News Report, Dzung Do, Translated by Van Dang, Mar 15, 2006

Reporters from the Sun-Sentinel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and Southern California's Nguoi Viet Daily had a joint working trip to write a report titled “Vietnamese Nail Empire” with the help of New America Media and the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

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Ladder of Success: Vietnamese Find Nail-Tech Jobs As Doorways to US Living

Sun-Sentinel and Nguoi Viet, Macollvie Jean-Francois, Jeremy Milarsky, Dzung Do, Mar 03, 2006

This article on Vietnamese and the nail business is part of a joint reporting project between the American Society of Newspaper Editors and New America Media.

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