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Nigerian Americans Want Goodluck to Deliver

Mshale, Chika S. Oduah, May 04, 2010

Nigerians in America have a message for Nigerias acting president: fix the electric power, end political corruption, get rid of the gigantic potholes in the roads, and distribute the money from oil revenues to the masses.

Comcast-NBC Merger -- Bad for Latinos?

National Institute for Latino Policy, Commentary, Joseph Torres, Apr 21, 2010

Comcast and NBC Universal are trying to convince the nation's leading Latino civil rights groups that their proposed merger would benefit the Latino community. But according to the commentator, consolidation erodes opportunities for Latinos in the media.

taxes

What Americans Get in Return For Their Taxes

New America Media, Commentary, Steven Hill, Apr 15, 2010

Many Americans might think of Europeans as overtaxed. But on tax day it is worth trying to figure out whether Americans actually get their money's worth for the taxes they pay, compared to what Europeans get.

Tacos for Immigration Justice

Impulso, News Feature , Nora Alicia Estrada, Apr 14, 2010

Taco trucks in Los Angeles are donating a percentage of their sales to campaigns that advocate for immigration reform.

Chinese President Makes First Trip to Washington

China Daily USA, News Report, Tan Yingzi, Li Xiaokun and Wu jiao , Apr 13, 2010

In his first visit to the United States, Chinese President Hu discusses the revaluation of Chinese currency and sanctions against Iran.

Red, Free and Naked

Hispanic Link News Service, Jos de la Isla, Apr 10, 2010


E-waste

Dont Toss E-Waste onto Curb: Environmentalists

India West, News Feature, Sunita Sohrabji, Apr 09, 2010

80 percent of used electronics collected in U.S. in recycling drives ends up in the developing world. Now the US is considering legislation that would regular e-waste export.

pedicab driver

How to Turn Your Life Around: Become a Rickshaw Driver

New America Media, Commentary, Said Farah , Apr 09, 2010

When I found myself facing destitute poverty and still sending out resumes, I decided to think creatively. I became a rickshaw driver.

Ewaste

India Attempts to Curb Deluge of E-Waste

India West, News Feature, Sunita Sohrabji, Apr 05, 2010

India might approve unprecedented regulations placing responsibility on manufacturers in India to properly dispose of their used electronic products. The U.S. is also considering legislation to ban the export of electronic waste to the developing world.

Unemployed

Flat Unemployment Rate Masks the Race Gap

New America Media, News Analysis, Aaron Glatnz, Apr 03, 2010

Just released figures show the unemployment rate held steady at 9.7 percent. But unpacking the numbers shows that the unemployment rate actually rose for African Americans.

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