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The Spook who Sat by the White House Door

New America Media, News Analysis, Commentary, Kevin Weston, Mar 26, 2008

The outrage directed at Barack Obama and his former pastor Reverend Jeremiah Wright has everything to do with white America's deep-seated fear of African-American revolutionary potential.

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Endgame for the Dalai Lama: Black Hat Sect Dismantling Power Base

New America Media, News analysis, Yoichi Shimatsu, Mar 21, 2008

The faade of Tibetan unity has unraveled and along with it, the Dalai Lamas power base. Yoichi Shimatsu was executive producer of the video documentary Flight of a Karmapa reports from Tibet.


Tibetan Cowboys' Last Stand: Globalism Sets Grasslands on Fire

New America Media, News Analysis, Yoichi Shimatsu, Mar 20, 2008

Tibetans are waging a battle for the grasslands the most important commodity for the economic survival of herders.


Ganged Up: Joshua Herrera May Face Life Due to Enhancement Law

New America Media, News feature, Raj Jayadev, Mar 18, 2008

Twenty-four-year-old Joshua Herrera who never had any history of violence, or a record of felonies or even misdemeanors is facing life in prison because of a new "gang enhancement" law.


Chinese Newspaper to Appeal Overtime Ruling

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, Mar 07, 2008

The Chinese Daily News plans to appeal a ruling that awarded millions of dollars to its employees for overtime. Other publications hope the case will have a broader impact on wages in the industry.

South Texans On the Fence over Primaries

New America Media, News Report, Written by Elena Shore // Photos: Joseph Rodriguez, Mar 03, 2008

As Texas goes to the primaries, many Texans along the U.S.-Mexico border are wondering what their vote will mean for the prospects of a wall along the border.


From Prude to Lewd: China's New Sexual Revolution

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Feb 28, 2008

The Chinese seem to have gone from prude to lewd at a breakneck speed, and their latest sex scandal involves Hong Kong movie stars. NAM editor Andrew Lam looks at the new sexual revolution in China.

Gone In 41 Seconds -- Police Quick to Kill Korean Artist

New America Media, Investigative Report, Words: Kenneth Kim//Photos: Sangjin Kim of The Korea Daily , Feb 24, 2008

The police shooting of 25-year-old Michael Cho in La Habra, Calif. - a quiet city in Orange County - has rocked the Korean American community. Investigation into the incident shows the police were quick to react with deadly force.

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Day Laborers Offered Money for Sex

New America Media, News Report, Adolfo Flores, Feb 16, 2008

The first in a weekend series on HIV in the Latino community profiles safe sex education among day laborers.

Poor Border Town Spells Out Top Priorities

New America Media, News Feature, Video, Written by Elena Shore// Photos: Joseph Rodriguez// Video: Cliff Parker, Feb 01, 2008

A town hall meeting in South Texas brought together a group that rarely has a voice in the political process: low-income families and undocumented immigrants who live on the U.S.-Mexico border. Part I in a multimedia series from the Texas border.Traduccin al espaol

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