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NAM Haiti Poll

NAM Poll: Haitian Quake Leaves Diaspora Grieving

New America Media, News report, Andrew Lam, Jan 28, 2010

Haitians living in the United States are deeply impacted by the devastating earthquake that hit their island homeland earlier this month, according to a poll sponsored by New America Media.

Drug Surveillance Drones Frequent Flyers in Latin America

New America Media, News Report , Marcelo Ballv, Jan 27, 2010

Drone aircraft are increasingly engaged in counterdrug missions over South American jungles and Mexican cities. The drones, many manufactured and sold by Israel, represent the latest high-tech escalation of Latin Americas anti-drug efforts.

Haitians Now Join Environmental Refugees

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Jan 20, 2010

The earthquake in Haiti has potentially added another 1.5-2 million to the list of those displaced by environmental disasters, and many will no doubt seek asylum in other countries.

What My Recruiter Never Told Me

New America Media, Commentary, Aimee Chabot, Jan 17, 2010

A U.S. soldier in Kosovo negotiates the minefield of a woman serving in a mans world. Aimee Chabot condenses a series of actual events from her year-long deployment into a story about one day for the Veterans Workshop, a New America Media writing project for military veterans.

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My Big Phat Same-Sex Prison Wedding

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Commentary, Dawn Davis II, Jan 10, 2010

The debate over Prop 8 and same-sex marriage reached all the way into California's prisons. Dawn Davis married her lover in prison because she was afraid that by the time she left prison, same-sex marriages would be illegal.

Anime: Tragedy Replaces Happy Ending in Fairy Tales

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 27, 2009

Japanese anime is becoming increasingly popular with American kids who are drawn to its darker, more complex world view. These stories reflect ancient eastern sensibilities that are rooted in human suffering rarely known in the land of happily ever after.

NAM Stimulus Investigation

Minority Businesses Shut Out of Stimulus Loans

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Dec 17, 2009

Loans handed out to struggling small businesses as part of President Barack Obamas stimulus package have largely shut out minority businesses -- especially those owned by Blacks and Latinos -- according to data provided by the federal governments Small Business Administration (SBA) to New America Media (NAM). Traduccin al espaol

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New UC Admissions Policy Would Hurt African Americans, Asians

New America Media, News Analysis, Henry Der, Dec 08, 2009

A new admissions policy adopted by the UC Board of Regents earlier this year would dramatically reduce the number of African-American and Asian students admitted to most UC campuses starting next fall, and damage UC's commitment to diversity.

Afghanistan Cant Wash Away Vietnam

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 02, 2009

As President Obama sends more U.S. troops into Afghanistan, we must realize that the Vietnam syndrome cannot be kicked through acts of war. More soldiers and bombs and droids in the sky will never appease the haunting ghosts of the past. Quite the opposite. We are in the process of creating more ghosts to haunt future generations.

Goons, Guns & Gold Still Run Philippine Politics

New America Media, Commentary, Rene P. Ciria-Cruz, Nov 27, 2009

Filipinos have long been inured to poll-related violence in their country, but even jaded observers were stunned by the unprecedented mass murder last Monday of 57 people in Maguindanao, a politically volatile province on Mindanao Island. A scion of a powerful political clan allied with President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is the suspected mastermind of the massacre.

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