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Round 13: Fight Moves from Ring to Ethnic Media

New America Media, News Roundup, Elena Shore and Odette Keeley, Mar 22, 2008

Manny Pacquiao's narrow victory over Juan Manuel Mrquez ended the battle in the ring. But on the pages of Spanish-language and Filipino newspapers, the war of words rages.


Thirst for Clean Water Drives School Movement

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Mar 18, 2008

The WASH-in-Schools Initiative links water resource advocates and U.S. youth with their peers in schools across the world in innovative projects in order to provide access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene.

Even in Obamaland, Change Starts at Home

New America Media, News Feature, Video, Written by Elena Shore // Photos: Joseph Rodriguez // Video: Josue Rojas, Mar 14, 2008

In Barack Obama's home state of Illinois, families are hopeful for the future -- but they are part of a social movement that goes beyond the presidential elections. New America Media's coverage of this issue is underwritten by the Marguerite Casey Foundation, sponsor of the Equal Voice for America's Families campaign.Traduccin al espaol

Gang Members Get Trained in the Army

La Opinin, News Report, Claudia Nez, Translated by Peter Micek, Mar 09, 2008

A growing number of gang members in California have infiltrated the U.S. Armed Forces in order to receive military training.


Successful Refugee 'CVT' Helps Veterans in Vietnam

Asian Fortune, News Feature, Peter Hickman, Mar 02, 2008

A Vietnamese veteran who immigrated to the United States climbed America's ladder through hard work to a life of relative comfort. Yet, he returned to his homeland to initiate programs to assist the veterans who fought on either side of the war.

Gone In 41 Seconds -- Police Quick to Kill Korean Artist

New America Media, Investigative Report, Words: Kenneth Kim//Photos: Sangjin Kim of The Korea Daily , Feb 24, 2008

The police shooting of 25-year-old Michael Cho in La Habra, Calif. - a quiet city in Orange County - has rocked the Korean American community. Investigation into the incident shows the police were quick to react with deadly force.

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'Sex Photos Gate' Shakes Hong Kong

New America Media, News Analysis, Jun Wang, Feb 20, 2008

A celebrity sex scandal involving more than a dozen of Hong Kong's young starlets swept headlines for over 21 consecutive days earlier this year - challenging Chinese control of the Internet and the nation's moral standard.

Poor Border Town Spells Out Top Priorities

New America Media, News Feature, Video, Written by Elena Shore// Photos: Joseph Rodriguez// Video: Cliff Parker, Feb 01, 2008

A town hall meeting in South Texas brought together a group that rarely has a voice in the political process: low-income families and undocumented immigrants who live on the U.S.-Mexico border. Part I in a multimedia series from the Texas border.Traduccin al espaol


When Buddhist Monks Get Mad

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Sep 27, 2007

Unlike Buddhism in the West, in Asia it is an institution that can be compared to the Jesuits of Europe, with wide political implications. The Burmese monks who protested against the ruling junta are showing the world that Buddhism is far from passive.

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No Gays in Iran But Many Same-Sex Couples

New America Media, Commentary, William O. Beeman, Sep 26, 2007

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejads comment that homosexuality does not exist in Iran like it does in the West is true in a sense, writes anthropologist William Beeman. In fact, same-sex relations in Iran do look very different from what is called gay behavior in the West.

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