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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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Expect more Islamist terror in Indonesia

New America Media, Blog, Bramantyo Prijosusilo , Jul 02, 2008


Bailey Killing Figure Had Troubled Youth

The Chauncey Bailey Project, News Report, By Josh Richman, Thomas Peele and Bob Butler, Jun 24, 2008

He spent early years in foster care while his drug-dealing mother did prison time, while spending what mightve been his childhoods most stable years in the most dangerous neighborhood of Richmond.

Binational Indigenous Front Meets in Oaxaca

New America Media, Photo Gallery, David Bacon, Jun 24, 2008

The FIOB is a political organization of indigenous communities and migrants, with chapters in Mexico and the United States. It advocates for the rights of migrants, and for the right not to migrate.

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Contemporary Jewish Art Museum Opens

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Words: Brittany Owens//Photos: Peter Micek, Mona Koh, Dan Rader, Natalie Standig, Bruce Damonte, Jun 14, 2008

The Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco held its opening party June 8. Installations focused on the Genesis narrative and Jewish culture.

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Sacred Site Digs Rile Native Americans in No. Cal.

chicoSol, News Feature, Jennifer MacDonald, Jun 13, 2008

To renew their right to operate Oroville Dam and provide water to Southern California, the state must first investigate archeological sites exposed by receding waters in Lake Oroville, much to the dismay of many Native Americans.

Sudanese Journalist Detention Reveals Guantanamo Embarrassment

San Francisco Bay View, Commmentary, Video, Safiya Ghori , May 28, 2008

For almost seven years the U.S. government justified the detention of journalist Sami Al-Hajj. Despite the lack of substantive allegations, Al-Hajj was never prosecuted while at Guantanamo Bay.

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Faith and Education Debate Stirs Discussion

Inland Valley News, News Report, Sheri L. Stuart , May 23, 2008

Sheri Stuart, a reporter with Inland Valley News in Southern California, talked with community members to discuss what role, if any, should the church play when it comes to the public education of African American students. This story was supported through a New America Media education fellowship program.

Obama Is No Apostate -- Arab Media Have No Problem with his Christian Faith

New America Media, News Analysis, Jalal Ghazi and Souheila Al-Jadda, May 15, 2008

The recent New York Times op-ed claiming that Muslims view Barack Obama as an 'apostate' has no basis in the Arab media or in the minds of Muslim scholars, write the commentators.

Carrie Cook

Working With Elders to Stay Young

New America Media, News Feature, Ketaki Gokhale, Video by Max Kline, May 05, 2008

Some elders find themselves in the odd situation of arranging bingo games and exercise classes for other elders, some older than them. Carrie Cook, 78, is so busy running the Third Baptist Church's senior program she has no time to join a senior group herself.

A 'High-Tech Media Lynching'

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, May 02, 2008

An editorial in New York's Spanish-language El Diario/La Prensa says the medias crucifixion of Rev. Jeremiah Wright reflects a racist double-standard that is an insult to all Americans.

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