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Generation M

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Guns: Everbody Has One

YO! Youth Outlook , CYMC and Street Soldiers Radio, News AnalysisAudio, Various, Feb 06, 2006

Bay Area young people discuss their need to carry a gun. Many feel they need protection from their foes as well as the police.

Chocolate City Dreams & Vanilla Realities

Prisonradio.org, Audio, Mumia Abu Jamal, Feb 01, 2006

If the major corporate media is to be believed, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, committed a deadly political *faux pas* when he recently made comments about the future of the town as a "chocolate city."

Bay Area Muslims Meet to Address Muslim Owned Liquor Stores in Oakland

street-soldiers.org, News Report Audio, Adisa Banjoko, Jan 30, 2006

Muslims, Christians and Jews Unite to address the issue of Muslim-owned liquor stores and the general proliferation of alcohol outlets in poor communities.

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Harry Belafonte speaks on the U.S prison poplulation

Audio, Interview by Idirs Hassan, Jan 18, 2006

Singer and activist Harry Belafonte talks about the U.S. prison population and his relationship with Barrios Unidos founder Nane Alejandrez.

Immigration Reform: From 'American Dream' to 'Latino Nightmare'

New America Media, Youth Commentary Audio, Roy E. Hodgson, Jan 13, 2006

A young man whose mother immigrated from Nicaragua looks at the immigration reform debate and finds frightening changes on the horizon.

Mumia Abu Jamal on Tookie Williams and Clarence Ray Allen

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, JR Valrey, Jan 11, 2006

JR and Rashida interview Mumia about Tookie Williams and Clarence Ray Allen.

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Why Blacks are Breathing Dirtier Air

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jan 04, 2006

When clean air laws are weakened, African American communities often suffer first, the writer says.

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Wordsmith Gives Voice to Migrants

Video, by Mark Shurman/Video by Catalina Hayes-Bautista and Min Lee, Dec 31, 2005

Kenyan-born Indian American poet Shailja Patel talks about her one woman show, Migritude.

Gettin SMAACed Up

youthoutlook.org, Audio, Story//Photos By: Sneezie, Dec 28, 2005

SMAAC's party was jumpin at 9pm so I called my potnas up and we made plans to meet up to grab a few bottles, drink and chill a lil bit -- then head to the party.

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R.I.P. Daddy Rich

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Charles Jones, Dec 25, 2005

Pryor was, is and likely forever will be, the funniest nigga that ever lived.

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