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Religion

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on religion and its impact on immigrant and minority communities. For more information on NAM's coverage of religion, contact Sandip Roy at sroy [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Focus on the Family Vastly Outpaced Mormon Spending on Proposition 8

Colorado Independent, News Report, Ernest Luning, Feb 11, 2009

Donations supporting Proposition 8 from Focus on the Family, one of its major benefactors, totaled more than $1.251 million.

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Woof! Woof! from Tehran: Irans First and Only Animal Shelter

iranian.com, News feature, Debra J. White, Feb 08, 2009

The outlook for homeless animals changed in 2003 because of animal lover and former Tehran resident Mrs. Fatemeh Motamedi. As a child, Motamedi grew up feeling empathy for all living creatures.

Burmese refugees

Drowning Burmese Refugees in Thailand Is Bad Karma

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jan 29, 2009

Thailand's antipathy toward its neighbors are notorious. But whipping and drowning Burmese refugees is deeply alarming, and seriously bad karma.

Islam

Muslims Need to Make Their Own Images

Pakistan Link, Dr. Ghulam M. Haniff, Jan 26, 2009

Muslims complain about Islamophobia in the mass media. But they need to stop assuming someone else will tell their stories fairly.

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Louis Gossett Jr. to Give Shul Inaugural Ball Toast

Jewish Journal, Naomi Pfefferman, Jan 17, 2009

Out of affection for the Jewish influences in his childhood actor Louis Gossett Jr. has said he will deliver the toast at the National Inaugural Jewish Ball sponsored by Ohev Shalom the National Synagogue in D.C.

Our Man Obama -- The Post-Imperial Presidency

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jan 14, 2009

As a refugee from Vietnam, the writer sees the rise of Barack Obama as the beginning the end of a colonial curse illustrated in the novel "Robinson Crusoe".

Too Many Liberian Churches in Minnesota

The Liberian Journal, Commentary, Paul Jackson, Jan 09, 2009

A Liberian resident of Minnesota writes that the community has too many unnecessary churches a sign of greed and disunity among immigrants from the West African country.

Orange County Moms Release Book About Eid ul-Adha

InFocus, News Report, Angie El Sherif, Dec 19, 2008

Traditional books for Muslim children tend to be informational. Two Orange County moms have decided to create a fun-filled book for Muslim children that could be the first of many in the future.

New President Won't Bring Change to Iraq, Sadrists Say

New America Media, Q&A, Shane Bauer, Dec 18, 2008

In the wake of a new U.S. administration and a newly signed deal requiring an American troop withdrawal -- some Iraqis are highly skeptical about real change coming to their country.

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