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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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Chinese media on black on Asian crimes

Chinese Media: Where Are Chinese-American Elected Officials?

New America Media, News Report , Vivian Po, Apr 26, 2010

Chinese media are criticizing the lack of visibility of elected Chinese officials in the Bay Area in response to a rash of recent attacks on Asians, while community leaders react angrily to the violence.

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Peace Fest Draws Thousands from Phoenix

PhxSoul.com, News Report, DaVaun Sanders, Apr 23, 2010

An estimated 3,500 people turned out for the "Stop the Violence" Peace Fest in Phoenix on April 18. Community leaders and business owners showed their support for the event's message of anti-violence and better race relations.

Inside Black-Asian Tension: Sometimes It Is About Racism

Reappropriate, Commentary, Apr 21, 2010

Inter-ethnic tension between the Black and Asian communities has risen to the forefront of blogosphere discussion in the last couple of weeks, following several reports of violence between the two groups.

Inside Black-Asian Violence -- Its Not About Race

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , Commentary, Amanze Emenike , Apr 21, 2010

Three separate attacks on Asian Americans by Black teenagers in the San Francisco neighborhood of Bayview-Hunters Point have some speculating that the incidents are a sign of escalating racial tensions. But one young man who was taught by his peers to rob Asians and Latinos says the crimes aren't about race at all.

The Jackie Robinson Baseball Wont Remember

New America Media , Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Apr 20, 2010

Jackie Robinson is remembered for breaking the color barrier in 1947, a tipping point for race relations in America. The irony is that Robinson didnt see baseball -- or America -- quite the way it is remembered today.

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Major League Baseballs Japanese American Catcher

Pacific Citizen, News Report , Pacific Citizen Staff, Apr 14, 2010

Twenty-six-year-old Kurt Kiyoshi Suzuki has played with the Oakland As since 2007, but he has never forgotten where he got his start.

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Dan Choi: Repeal 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Now

New America Media, Q&A, Aaron Glantz, Apr 08, 2010

President Obama promised to end the "dont ask, dont tell" policy, which forbids gays and lesbians from serving openly in the Armed Forces, but for Lt. Dan Choi, an openly gay New York National Guardsman, that's not good enough.

Laughter Runs on Vegetable Oil

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, use: Video, Ann Bassette, Apr 07, 2010

At a recent stand-up performance in San Francisco, Bay Area native Kristina Wong joked about "going green" and dealing with having a stalker.

Black Women Songwriters Discuss Their Craft

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 07, 2010

The hurdles faced by black women songwriters are effectively depicted by Lashonda Barnett in her book I Got Thunder.

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