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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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East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres

New America Media, blog , Andrew Lam, Aug 14, 2010

Many Blacks Split with Civil Rights Leaders on Immigration

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, May 13, 2010

There is a quiet disconnect between civil rights leaders' support for immigration reform and the unease that many blacks feel toward illegal immigration.

Philanthropist Takes On Racial Wounds

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah / Sidebar: Inga Buchbinder, May 12, 2010

When she was eight years old, Gail Christopher took a train from Cleveland to the Heart of Dixie, as Alabama was known. It was an adventure that left an indelible memory of trauma on her.

Stormy Weather for Lena Horne

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, May 11, 2010

Author James Gavin talks about his book Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne. Though Lena Horne was a groundbreaking African American film and musical star, she paid a huge personal price in a life marked by triumph and tragedy.

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Our Education Needs Are California's Needs

New America Media, Commentary, Jolene Rodriguez, May 11, 2010

tudents of color, low-income students and immigrant students make up 70% of Californias schools and will form the majority of high school dropouts. Jolene Rodriguez, a junior at a Long Beach high school, speaks up for students of color and worries about the future of California.

African Americans Raise Voices Against Arizona Law

Phxsoul.com, News Report , DaVaun Sanders, May 10, 2010

Response to the new legislation, including a march on the state Capitol on Wednesday, has made one thing evident for Valley Hispanics opposing the lawthey do not stand alone.

San Francisco's 'Black on Chinese' Violence Goes Back Decades

New America Media, Commentary, Hubert V. Yee , May 06, 2010

For more than 25 years, African-American and Asian-American elected and appointed officials have failed to address the growing racial tensions in southeast San Francisco, writes NAM commentator and area resident Hubert Yee.

San Francisco Rallies Against Racial Violence

Yo! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee, May 05, 2010

Dozens of Asian Americans and a handful of African Americans held a rally against violence in front of San Francisco City Hall Tuesday. Signs read "Asians are not punching bags" and "stop racial violence."

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Black on Chinese Killings Rare, Crime Stats Show

New America Media, News Report , Aaron Glantz, Apr 29, 2010

The killing in Oakland of Tian Sheng Yu, 59, by two 18-year-old African-American men two weeks ago has inflamed tensions between the Bay Area's black and Chinese communities. But while tensions between the two communities may be running high, a NAM investigation shows such incidents are exceedingly rare.

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UCs New Policy on Freshman Admission -- Moving in the Wrong Direction

New America Media, News Analysis, Henry Der, Ling Chi Wang, Vincent Pan, Apr 27, 2010

There is nothing fair about the new UC policy of freshman admission if it produces a less racially diverse group of students and their academic achievement is lower than those admitted under the current policy.

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