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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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Professor Gates and Me: Racism vs. Blacks, Filipinos in America

Inquirer.net, Column, Rodel Rodis, Jul 24, 2009

Lawyer and local official Rodel Rodis says Prof. Gates may be discouraged from filing a lawsuit against the police officer who arrested him in his home, because of a circuit court's decision on Rodis's own lawsuit against San Francisco police officers, currently on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Gates' Arrest Is the Essence of American Racism

theloop21.com, Commentary, Devona Walker, Jul 22, 2009

The Cambridge Police Department outside Boston took racial profiling to an all-time low when they arrested 58-year-old Henry Louis Gates Jr., the publisher of TheRoot.com.

What the NAACP Means to Me

New America Media, Commentary, Rinku Sen, Jul 18, 2009

As the NAACP celebrated its centennial earlier this week, it would be well to remember that the dominant racial dynamic of the 21st Century is not solely black and white.

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Behind the China Riots -- Oil, Terrorism & 'Grey Wolves'

New America Media, News Analysis, Yoichi Shimatsu, Jul 13, 2009

Chinese media reported that the Urumchi riots were sparked by a clash between migrant workers in a toy factory in southern China. But other evidence indicates the incident was merely a convenient pretext for a premeditated plan to destabilize Xinjiang province, the center of China's oil and gas industry.

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African Blood Saved Obama From Scrutiny in Ghana

New America Media, Commentary, Edwin Okong'o, Jul 12, 2009

During his visit to Ghana, President Barack Obama laid out a U.S. policy that wasnt any different from that of his predecessors. But because of his blood ties, he is exempt from tough questions.

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Task Force Calls for Immigration Overhaul

New America Media, Commentary, Edward Alden, Jul 08, 2009

Prominent Democrats and Republicans agree that the failure to get immigration policy right is having serious consequences for Americas standing in the world. A report released today by the Independent Task Force on U.S. Immigration Policy urges Congress to move ahead with reform.

Southern Baptist Minister Prays for Obama's Death

Washington Afro, News Report, James Wright, Jul 07, 2009

The Rev. Wiley Drake told Fox News Radio earlier this month that he was practicing imprecatory prayer or seeking a divine curse that would cause the president to die. 

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Still Invisible in The Labor Force

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Jun 28, 2009

The unemployment rate for African-American men remains frighteningly high, and no amount of stimulus money can help to change that if employers retain the current method of winnowing out prospective employees.

Voting Rights Protections Still Necessary

New America Media, Commentary, Judith A. Browne-Dianis, Jun 23, 2009

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. At stake was Section 5 of the act, which requires a number of states, mostly in the South, to seek federal permission before changing their voting procedures. NAM contributor Judith Browne-Dianis writes that 44 years later, those restrictions are still neccessary.

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Bridging the Gulf

Pakistanlink, News analysis, Dr Saleem H. Ali, Jun 21, 2009

President Obamas much-awaited speech to the Muslim world has come and gone but the most salient questions about preventing a clash of civilizations remain unanswered.

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