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Venezuelans Upset at Being Restricted to 100 Government-Sanctioned Names

El Universal AOL Latino, Sep 10, 2007

A new bill introduced last week in Venezuela could limit the names parents choose for their newborns to a list of 100 government-approved names.

Mookey's Story: A Transgender Journey

NAM Multimedia, Video, Daffodil Altan, Carolyn Goossen and Min Lee, May 05, 2007

A new generation of transgender youth is finding more societal acceptance and support than ever before. But hardships remain, particularly for young people from immigrant backgrounds.

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Black Market In Tobacco Makes Prisons More Violent

New America Media, Commentary, Dwight E. Abbott, Apr 14, 2007

The new ban on tobacco products in California state prisons has created a valuable black market commodity -- with all the dangers that go with it.

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Secrets of Obama Family Unlocked

Muslim Observer, News Feature, Michael Sheridan, (Jakarta) and Sarah Baxter (Washington), Feb 05, 2007

Barack Obama's identity will continue to be a source of discussion and speculation in America because the culture itself is obsessed with racial classification. Two writers seek to untwine Obama's familial relationships beyond the glare of presidential politics.

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Now That My Friend Is Dead, The Iraq War Hits Home

New America Media, Youth Commentary, Christine Ferrer, Jul 18, 2006

The death of a high school classmate, the first soldier from San Francisco to die in Iraq, brings up confounding questions for the writer.

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Teenager Posts Suicide Note on Myspace.com

New America Media, News Feature/Commentary, Milan Gagnon, Dec 01, 2005

Suicide notes are usually written to intimates. In the case of one young man who just killed himself in Orange County, Calif., the suicide note was posted on a popular social networking Web site.

In Zambia, Kids Raped by Adults Who Seek AIDS Cure

Pacific News Service, Feature, Mabvuto Zulu, Jun 04, 2003

In acts of cruel desperation, some adults in Zambia and other African countries force sex on minors in the mistaken belief that sex with a child will cure them of AIDS.

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