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Flesh Life: Sex in Mexico City

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Joseph Rodriguez/Anarchy Images, Dec 02, 2006

Photographer Joe Rodriguez captures intimate as well as brazen moments in a Mexico City red-light district. The selection of images, from his book Flesh Life: Sex in Mexico City, are courtesy of Anarchy Images.

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Return to Borderland

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Photo Essay, Ryan Furtado, Dec 01, 2006

On the Arizona/ Mexico border the battle over illegal immigration and drug trafficking has created its own microcosm, a sub-culture that has been continually evolving since it was birthed when two nations came crashing together.

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The First National Ethnic Media Awards

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Joe Rodriguez, Nov 16, 2006

NAM celebrated the nation's ethnic media at a reception and banquet at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Go to the 2006 First National Ethnic Media Awards page for details about the event.

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Ethnic Media as First-Line Responders

New America Media, Photo Gallery, NAM photographers, Nov 15, 2006

Briefing on Emergency Information & Critical Issues for Ethnic Communities.

Go to the 2006 First National Ethnic Media Awards page for details about the event.

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Winners of the First National Ethnic Media Awards

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Max Taylor, Nov 15, 2006

Winners of NAM's First National Ethnic Media Awards in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Go to the 2006 First National Ethnic Media Awards page for details about the event.

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First National Professional Development Seminar for ethnic media

New America Media, Photo Gallery, NAM photographers, Nov 15, 2006

With workshop topics ranging from investigative reporting to blogging, a hundred ethnic media journalists came together for training, story ideas, and experts. The day-long seminar took place in Washington, D.C. the day after the awards.

Go to the 2006 First National Ethnic Media Awards page for details about the event.

Universal Angst -- Skinhead/Punk Culture in Mexico City

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Youth Culture Feature//Photo Essay, Words//Photos: Ryan Furtado, Aug 22, 2006

A far cry from the stereotypical view of the racist neo-Nazi skinhead, skinhead/Hardcore Punk culture in Mexico is rooted in universal conditions that exist everywhere the music does.

Rendering Redemption -- Art School Heals Guerilla Towns Wounds

Back To Story, Comic Gallery, Words/Comic: Josue Rojas, Aug 04, 2006


Keyshia Comes Home --The Neo R&B Diva is Bigger than Hyphy Hip Hop

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Photo Gallery//Review, Words/Picts: TaSin Sabir, May 02, 2006

The Bay Area's own Keyshia Cole -- the 21st century incarnation of Mary J. Blige and Aretha Franklin -- recently performed in San Francisco to a sold out crowd.

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San Francisco Immigration Rally Draws Thousands

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Mona Koh, Peter Micek and David Pham, May 01, 2006

A May 1 day of action brought white-clad protestors who voiced their concerns about immigration reform.

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