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Great Expectations: Multilingual Poll of Latino, Asian and African American Parents Reveals High Aspirations for Children From Preschool to College

NAM, Press Release, Aug 17, 2006

Ethnic and minority parents in California share high expectations for their children and rank education as a top concern, according to a New America Media multilingual poll, set to be released on Wednesday, August 23. Findings show that all groups overwhelmingly support preschool and the high school exit exam. The results of the poll debunk many preconceptions about how immigrant and ethnic minorities view public education.

New NAM Column To Cover Immigrants Who Have Disappeared

New America Media, Press Release, Aug 07, 2006

A new column on the New America Media website features stories of people lost in the post-9/11 security system, showing how the issue cuts across all immigrant groups.

Fuerte Oposicin de Inmigrantes Legales a Propuestas de Leyes Migratorias

New America Media, Press Release, Mar 28, 2006

Una mayora de los residentes legalesque suman 26 millones en el pas se opone decididamente a las nuevas propuestas de ley sobre inmigracin en el Congreso, incluyendo las medidas aprobadas por la Cmara de Diputados el pasado mes de diciembre, que buscan restringir la inmigracin indocumentada, segn una encuesta dada a conocer hoy.

Legal Immigrants Strongly Oppose Congressional Proposals

New America Media, Press Release, Mar 28, 2006

A majority of legal immigrants - numbering 26 million Americans - are strongly against new Congressional proposals, including measures passed by the House of Representatives last December, to restrict illegal immigration according to a poll released today.

Legal Immigrants Weigh in on Reform

New America Media, Poll, Mar 26, 2006

For the first time ever, legal immigrants in the United States will have a chance to weigh in on the immigration debate roiling the country. New America Medias national survey of 800 legal immigrants from more than 40 countries will reveal their concerns about the current immigration debate, the effect of that debate on their lives, and what immigration reform policies they support

News Pulse of the New California

New California Media, Jan 23, 2006

SAN JOSECalifornia Secretary of State Bruce McPherson will join Congressman Mike Honda (D-CA), as well as mayors, media magnates, and corporate executives at the NCM Ethnic Pulitzer Awards on January 26 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose.

Cong. Honda Presents NCM Exceptional Communicator Awards

New California Media, Press Release, Jan 18, 2006

This years exceptional communicators exemplify the courage it takes to build truly public discourse in our global society, says Cong. Mike Honda, (D-CA). Congressman Honda, who overcame the odds of an early childhood in an internment camp during World War II to serve as an elected official for over 20 years, will present the Awards at NCMs annual banquet on Jan. 26 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose.

The Pulitzers Of Ethnic Media Honor the Stories Making News in Californias New Majority Communities

New California Media, Press Release, Jan 12, 2006

NCM (New California Media), Americas largest association of ethnic media, announces the winners of its seventh annual ethnic media journalism awards, dubbed The Ethnic Pulitzers by the Jim Lehrer News Hour. The Awards, honoring excellence in ethnic media, will be presented at the San Jose Fairmont hotel on Thursday, January 26 from 6 to 9 pm.

Read about the Award Winners

SJ Mayor Ron Gonsalez

NBC 11 and Telemundo 48 Host Luncheon Showcasing South Bays New Media Moguls

Press Release, Jan 04, 2006

NBC 11 and Telemundo 48 are taking the lead among NCMs highly valued media sponsors in recognizing ethnic medias key role in California communications, says NCM Awards coordinator Sandip Roy.

NAM Begins Series of Briefings on Katrina Poll in Washington

New America Media, Press Release, Nov 22, 2005

On Nov. 17, New America Media held the first of several briefings in partnership with the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights to present the findings of a multilingual poll exploring the lessons of Hurricane Katrina.

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