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Immigrant Voices

How immigrants in America view their experiences amid national debates on immigration. For more information on Immigrant Voices, contact Elena Shore at eshore [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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The Bay Area- a Cultural Melting Pot: a Review of East Eats West

Nguoi Viet Tay Bac, Review, Matthew de Moraes, May 09, 2011


Who Will Light Incense When Mother's Gone? A Tribute on Mother's Day

New America Media, Blog , Andrew Lam, May 06, 2011


Tintin au Little Saigon

New America Media, Blog , Andrew Lam, Apr 01, 2011

Essayist and writer Andrew Lam has been mapping these two worlds for many years. His first book Perfume Dreams won him a Pen American award and his essays on NPR won him a national audience. His latest book East Eats West -- Writing in Two Hemispheres, explores how the food cultures of these two worlds merge around him and within him.

My Fathers WaterlooVietnam, Napoleon and Our Family Vacation

New America Media, Personal Essay, Andrew Lam, Feb 13, 2011


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The Cross She Must Bear - An Undocumented Filipina in New York

New America Media, Commentary, By Maria Ante, as told to Anthony Advincula , May 02, 2010


More Arizona Immigrants to Consider Self-Deportation

La Opinin, News Report, Claudia Nuez, Translated by Elena Shore , Apr 27, 2010

Owners of shopping centers, car lots, banks, money wiring services, and even the Mexican Consulate in Phoenix are witnessing the rise of "self-deportation," the decision by immigrants in Arizona to leave the United States.

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One Vietnamese Refugees Experience on an 'Unforgiving Sea'

iexaminer.org, News feature, Hien Le, Apr 10, 2010

This April marks the 35th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War and the beginning of the Vietnamese exodus. Many boat people died trying to escape from communist Vietnam. Here's one woman's saga.

ICEs Secret Holding Pens

El Diario NY, Editorial, Staff, Dec 22, 2009

Editors of New York's El Diario/La Prensa call for an end to ICE's practice of "disappearing" immigrants.

Mea Culpa, Hablo Espaol

La Opinin, Commentary, Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore, Oct 27, 2009

A hotel owner in Taos, N.M. ordered Hispanic employees to change their names to something more "Anglo." La Opinin columnist Pilar Marrero wonders what world he is living in.

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Workers Victory Fuels Domestic Labor Movement

New America Media, News Report, Laura Goode, Video, Josue Rojas, Oct 15, 2009

A domestic worker recently settled a lawsuit against her employers for labor abuses. Her victory bolsters a growing domestic labor movement.

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