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Anti-Gay Harrassment Still Strong in High Schools

New America Media, News Report, Carolyn Goossen, Oct 27, 2008

According to a new report, LGBT youth continue to experience harassment in many fundamental levels of daily life, prejudice persists and violence is a daily threat to students.

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Obamamania Conquers the World

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Oct 22, 2008

According to several worldwide polls, Barack Obama is the leading choice for the next U.S. president. But is this sentiment reflective of the world's disappointment with U.S. policies or Obama's global appeal?

Alex and the Beast

New America Media, Video Images, Josue Rojas, Oct 21, 2008

Every year thousands of young people make the long and dangerous trip from Central America to the United States on the back of the train, a.k.a. "The Beast."

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After Miss. Immigration Raid, Pastor Tries To Calm Chaos

New America Media, News feature, Marcelo Ballv, Oct 17, 2008

Pastor Roberto Velez, like other clergy with a growing flock of undocumented immigrants, became de-facto leader of an emerging Hispanic community in Mississippi after immigration agents raided a local transformer plant.

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How McCain Became MacBeth

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Oct 14, 2008

As John McCain struggled to tamp down the angry Terrorist chants at his rallies, he seemed to have turned into a Scottish king who was once a good general but whose ambition led to chaos he could no longer control.

After Raid, Laurel's Inter-Racial Bonds Still Strong

New America Media, News Feature, Marcelo Ballv, Oct 13, 2008

Nearly 600 people were detained in an immigration sweep in Laurel, Mississippi in August. New America Media's Marcelo Ballv traveled to Laurel to find out how a small town has dealt with demographic change, and discovered proximity can give rise to both tensions and some surprising relationships.

Why 8 Million African Americans Are Not Registered to Vote

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Oct 07, 2008

The dismal voter registration among African Americans has as much to do with the political parties as with the voters themselves, writes the commentator.

The Postville 28 -- Women Immigrants Fight to Stay in U.S.

New America Media, News Feature//Video, Marcelo Ballv, Sep 30, 2008

Some 28 women immigrants swept up in last May's ICE raids on a meatpacking plant in Postville, Iowa have chosen to fight deportation. The decision has brought with it special hardships, but it is also testing new legal frontiers -- especially for victims of domestic violence.

Vietnam, Iraq -- is Pakistan Next?

New America Media, News Report, Ketaki Gokhale, Sep 30, 2008

Author and political commentator Tariq Ali believes the Bush order -- allowing ground attacks by American forces inside Pakistan -- fits a historical pattern.

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Violence in Mexico Forces Families to Emigrate

New America Media, Commentary, Lydia Cacho, Translated by Elena Shore, Sep 29, 2008

As more Mexican cities start to look like Ciudad Jurez, where kidnappings and femicide are becoming commonplace, some families are choosing to flee the country to save their daughters. Traduccin al espaol

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