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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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Southern Justice in Pennsylvania

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Jun 18, 2009

Yesterday, the men responsible for the fatal beating of Luis Ramirez last July received a sentence of up to 23 months in a county prison. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) called the outcome a case of southern justice in a small Pennsylvania town.

Slain Holocaust Museum Guard Cited as Hero

AFRO.com, News Report, Dorothy Rowley and Miriam Thoss, Jun 14, 2009

As the nation comes to grips with the horrifying tragedy that struck the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in the District of Columbia this week, its lone victim, 39-year-old security guard Stephen Tyrone Johns, is being remembered as a gentle giant.

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Graphic Novels: An Evolving Art Form Tackles New Themes

america.gov, News feature/Video, Lauren Monsen, Jun 13, 2009

Asian-American artists and writers have attained considerable prominence as creators of sophisticated graphic novels, many of which explore cultural identity and social issues.

The Sotomayor Effect

The Jewish Week, News Report, Sharon Udasin, Jun 11, 2009

Judge Sonia Sotomayor's up-by-your-bootstraps story speaks to both the Hispanic and Jewish communities, observers say.

Judging Supreme Court Nominee Sotomayor

Black Voice News, News Analysis, Chris Levister , Jun 04, 2009

Republicans have kept the pressure on the presidents Supreme Court pick, pushing the idea that Judge Sonia Sotomayor is an activist judge who will bring a leftist agenda to the bench.

Wrongly Convicted Central Park 5' Seek Compensation

Final Call, News Report, Saeed Shabazz , Jun 04, 2009

In 2002, the five were exonerated after Matias Reyes, a convicted murderer and rapist, admitted that he and he alone, had raped and brutalized Wall St. investment banker Trisha Meili. DNA evidence proved his claim.

American Girl Introduces First Jewish Doll

Jewish Journal, News Report, Julie Gruenbaum Fax, Jun 04, 2009

Rebecca, the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants on New Yorks Lower East Side in 1914, is the first Jewish girl among the American Girl dolls set during a pivotal period of American history.

Sotomayor Falls in Journalism's Blind Spot

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Jun 02, 2009

Mainstream media give right-wing pundits like Rush Limbaugh and Lou Dobbs credibility by quoting their outrageous accusations against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor. And in the process, they let the right define the terms of the debate over her qualifications.

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A New Face for Hate Violence

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, May 23, 2009

A surge in Latino-on-black hate violence underlies Los Angeles' biggest gang bust.

LAPD Better Since King Riots, Ramparts Scandal says Study

Wave Newspapers, News Report, Staff, May 21, 2009

The LAPD emerged from the Rodney King and Rampart corruption scandals of the 90s more racially sensitive and an effective force in cutting crime, according to a Harvard study.

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