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NAM in Washington

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Training Young Leaders To Effect Change Abroad

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, News Report, Sarah Lake, Mar 27, 2008

In a cooperative program in conjuction with USAID, 14 deaf or hard of hearing students from other countries are in the United States to learn English and other skills on the condition they return to work in their communities for two years.

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Experts: Jindal as McCains Running Mate

Asian Fortune, News Analysis, Rita M. Gerona-Adkins , Mar 27, 2008

If Obama wins the Democratic nomination for president, he might have more of an Asian problem if McCain chooses the country's lone Asian governor as the Republican vice presidential candidate.

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Washington Informer Takes Top Honor

Washington Informer, News Report, Joseph Young, Mar 24, 2008

The Washington Informer Newspaper was recognized for its continuing service to the Washington, D.C. community by the National Newspaper Publishers Association at the organization's annual event.


Thirst for Clean Water Drives School Movement

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Mar 18, 2008

The WASH-in-Schools Initiative links water resource advocates and U.S. youth with their peers in schools across the world in innovative projects in order to provide access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene.

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Access Washington Weekly Immigration Update

New America Media, News Report, Wendy Sefsaf, Mar 17, 2008

NAMs Access Washington Weekly Immigration Update is a column summarizing key developments in the immigration debate. This column is produced by New America Medias Washington, D.C. office and is available in Spanish, Chinese and Korean. Traduccin al espaol / Chinese Translation

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Access Washington Weekly Immigration Update

New America Media, News Report, Wendy Sefsaf, Mar 10, 2008

This week on Access Washington: Senate Republicans introduce 15 immigration enforcement bills; and a Texas judge rules against DHS plans to seize property to erect a border fence. Traduccin al espaol / Chinese Translation

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Many Starve in Haiti

Washington Afro, Commentary, Nicole C. Lee, Mar 08, 2008

Cuba invariably surfaces as a topic during U.S. presidential campaigns; Haiti goes unmentioned. Conditions in Haiti are not good, but reversible. TransAfrica's executive director calls for U.S. pressure on international financial institutions for debt cancellation as a start.


Successful Refugee 'CVT' Helps Veterans in Vietnam

Asian Fortune, News Feature, Peter Hickman, Mar 02, 2008

A Vietnamese veteran who immigrated to the United States climbed America's ladder through hard work to a life of relative comfort. Yet, he returned to his homeland to initiate programs to assist the veterans who fought on either side of the war.


Rapper Stirs Up Debate (Again) Over the 'N' Word

Black College View, News Report, Joseph Gray, Feb 28, 2008

For his upcoming album, rapper Nas chose arguably the most controversial word in U.S. history. Some blame the delay in the album's release on the backlash against the title.


Africa Wins One

Black Star News , Editorial, Staff, Feb 23, 2008

In a continent rife with tension among its countries, African leaders put aside differences to oppose U.S. plans to locate its newly formed AFRICOM's headquarters on Africa's soil.

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