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Obamas Minority Dream

AsianWeek, Commentary, Emil Guillermo, Aug 28, 2008

Theres nothing quite like the hot air inside the arena of a political convention. Despite the frigid air conditioning, the rhetoric is so thick and duplicitous, after four days, its hard to know whats true anymore.

First National Ethnic Media Network to Cover DNC

New America Media, News Report, Anthony D. Advincula, Aug 20, 2008

Eleven veteran journalists and three journalism students from the U.S. ethnic media, who have a harder time getting press credentials than their mainstream media counterparts, are covering the Democratic National Convention for the first time.


Bruce: Undefeated 35 Years Later

International Examiner, News feature, Diem Ly, Jul 27, 2008

In anticipation of the 35th anniversary of the martial artists passing and the film release of Enter the Dragon iexaminer.og takes a look at the man who became the Dragon.

California Dreamers: A public opinion portrait of the most diverse generation the nation has known

New America Media, Press Release, Apr 25, 2007

New America Media releases the first-ever cell phone poll of California youth.

Step into the Stories Making News in the New AmericaThe Voices and Views of Ethnic Communities

NAM, Press Release, Dec 13, 2006

New America Media (NAM) and Comcast launch New America Now ethnic news program throughout Northern California.

New America Media Gives Exceptional Communicator Award

NAM, Press Release, Nov 04, 2006

New America Media, the countrys first and largest association of ethnic media, announces its 2006 honorees for Exceptional Communicators and Ethnic Media Champions at The First National Ethnic Media Awards.

New America Media Award Winners Spotlight Expanding Ethnic Media Lens

Press release, Nov 02, 2006

Close to 600 ethnic media practitioners competed in 14 categories for recognition in 19 categories, ranging from Investigative Journalism to Best Community Talk Show. The New America Media awards will be presented at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, November 14 at 7:00 p.m.

When Disaster Strikes Ethnic Media Mobilizes

Press release, Oct 29, 2006

In the chaos of Hurricane Katrina, Vietnamese radio came to the rescue by broadcasting in-language, round-the-clock announcements for thousands of displaced Vietnamese. The refugees were able to access aid and shelters in Texas set up by their community, rather than heading to the overcrowded Houston Astrodome. These and other related issues will be discussed at a briefing kicking off the First National Ethnic Media Awards in Washington, D.C., on November 14.


Health Care Advocate Touts Proposition 86

New America Media, Event Report, Viji Sundaram, Oct 09, 2006

Ethnic media attended an event sponsored by California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN) and NAM to hear about a November ballot initiative that aims to deter smoking in California and Gavin Newsom's universal health access plan for all uninsured San Francisco residents.

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We have to Live Together

New America Media, News Feature, Rene P. Ciria-Cruz, Sep 18, 2006

Last of a Six-Part Series: To Live and Let Live in South L.A. Community organizers see a symbiotic relationship between blacks and Latinos as the wave of the future. Politicians and institutions are beginning to see that too.

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