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Race Relations

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on race relations in America.

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Black, Hispanic Newspapers Call for End to Racist Campaigns

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Sep 23, 2009

An editorial running simultaneously in African-American and Latino publications across this country calls on Republicans and Democrats to speak out against the racist campaigns being waged against political leaders.

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On the Road to Refuge

Colorlines, News feature, Pete Muller, Sep 23, 2009

The City of Refuge's doctrine of Radical Inclusion casts a wide net around the castaways of conventional churches. It's an emerging trans-denominational philosophy that aims to provide safe, affirming space for those wounded by oppressive, traditional religion.

New America Now - Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne

New America Media, Audio, Sep 18, 2009

This Week: An hour long interview with James Gavin, author of "Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne"

NAACP Seeks to Broaden Base, Work with Ethnic Media

New America Media, Video, Min Lee, Sep 18, 2009

At a recent training for ethnic media professionals, Ben Jealous president of the NAACP, stressed the historical importance of the black press and the new relevance of the ethnic media.

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Hispanic Groups to CNN: Drop Lou Dobbs

Hispanic Business, News Report, Rob Kuznia, Sep 17, 2009

Some Hispanic groups are calling on CNN to drop talk-show host Lou Dobbs, who is broadcasting his radio show from a conference put on by what some activists refer to as a "hate group."

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Ryan Higa Snatches No.1 Spot on YouTube

Pacific Citizen, News report, Nalea J. Ko, Sep 16, 2009

Ryan Higa, 19, and partner Sean Fujiyoshi, 18, started posting their popular videos four years ago. Now theyre an Internet sensation.

Fear of the Black Girl, Serena Williams

New America Media, Commentary, Jasmyne A. Cannick, Sep 13, 2009

Serena Williams was seen as threatening and hostile when she used profane language to challenge a foot fault call during the final game of her loss to Kim Clijsters in the U.S. Open on Saturday.

Trumping Obama with Race

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Aug 26, 2009

In early August, this writer blasted the bizarre Obama Joker Poster that depicted President Obama as scary, demonic and socialist. But that's only the beginning of the racist attack on Obama, writes NAM commentator Earl Ofari Hutchinson.

The Ocean of Pearls: Sikh Doctor Struggles to Fit In

New America Media, Commentary, Audio, Sandip Roy, Aug 23, 2009

The movie, Ocean of Pearls, is as much about medicine as it is about identity, though it was originally conceived as a movie about health care issue. Sarab Singh Neelam, the movie's director, is himself a doctor.

Behind the Town Halls' 'Angry White Men'

New America Media, Interview with Chip Berlet, Annette Fuentes, Aug 19, 2009

Behind the anger visible in recent town hall meetings about health care reform is a surging, right-wing populist movement fearful of the nations changing demographics, says Chip Berlet, senior researcher at Political Research Associates.

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