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Koreans and Latinos Break Bread on the Soccer Field

New America Media, text by Jacob Simas, VideoVideo: Jacob Simas and Josue Rojas, Nov 26, 2009

Thanksgiving arrived early for Korean and Latino community members in Oakland, Calif. who gathered for a soccer match followed by a bountiful turkey dinner.

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America's House of Lords Debates Health Care

New America Media, Commentary, Steven Hill, Nov 21, 2009

The health care debate has been like a tennis match, bouncing from the Senate to the House and back again. Now it's back in the Senate, as the United States tries to end its status as the only advanced economy without universal health care for its people.


Are Filipinos Relying Too Much on Pacquiao for Glory?

New America Media, Commentary, Rene P. Ciria-Cruz , Nov 20, 2009

Seeing how Filipinos raved about Manny Pacquiao as a symbol of what, in the words of many a fan, Filipinos are capable of achieving, a friend asked me, Arent Filipinos relying too much on Pacquiao to build their national self-esteem? Thats too much of a burden for one man to bear.

Jesuit Massacre Still Haunts Salvadorans After 20 Years

New America Media, Commentary, Mary Jo McConahay, Nov 16, 2009

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the murder of six Jesuit priests, their cook and her daughter - a turning point in El Salvadors civil war. Former NAM contributing editor Mary Jo McConahay was the first reporter on the scene.

Traditional Healers Choose to Fight H1N1 Naturally

New America Media, News Feature, Elena Shore, Viji Sundaram, and Vivian Po, Nov 09, 2009

As the U.S. death rate of the H1N1 virus surpassed 1,000 people, traditional healers face a dilemma: whether to tell their clients to get the vaccine or to prescribe alternative treatments. Traduccin al espaol

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San Jose Police Beating Stirs Distrust and Resentment

New America Media, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Oct 29, 2009

The Phuong Ho video has elicited such outrage in San Jose, Ca., because it comes on the heels of a sequence of various public revelations of police abuse, and a matching series of failures by city leadership to respond to the demands for transparency and accountability that have spanned ethnic communities.

Nightmare of a Dream Student

New America Media, Commentary , Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Oct 26, 2009

Leticia X, a top student at her high school, wants to go to college. But her undocumented status might end that dream unless the DREAM Act passes, writes NAM contributor Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez.

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Buddhism Roots Deeply in America

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Oct 18, 2009

As a sign that Buddhism is flourishing in America, the most complex Buddhist city in the world is not in Asia but Los Angeles, home to more than 300 Buddhist temples and centers.

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Both Sides in Honduras Criticize U.S.

New America Media//The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, News Report, Marcelo Ballv, Oct 12, 2009

President Barack Obama might have just won the Nobel Peace Prize. But in Honduras, where a coup deposed an elected president, both sides are unhappy with his peacemaking efforts.

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Eye on Arab Media: Al Qaeda Adjusting to New Era

New America Media, News analysis, Jalal Ghazi, Oct 08, 2009

This year Al-Qaeda celebrates its 20th birthday, having outlived the Bush administration. It may even outlive the Obama administration as well, despite all the troops and resources that have been allocated to the war in Afghanistan.

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