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Gender Identity

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Marrying into the Tribe

New America Media, Commentary, Connie J. Davis, Feb 28, 2010

A white woman who fell in love with a Hupa man moved onto the reservation and has lived as an honorary member of the American Indian tribe ever since.

New America Now: Sinaloa Violence, Early NAACP Activism, Paula West

New America Now, Audio, Feb 26, 2010

Manuel Ortiz talks about the escalating drug violence in Sinaloa, Mexico, Patricia Sullivan writes about the early days ofthe NAACP in Lift Every Voice, and Paula West names several of her favorite jazz musicians.

Mr. Gay China

Gay Rights in China on Long March to Respect

China Daily, News Feature, Cao Li, Feb 26, 2010

China's first beauty pageant for gay men was called off an hour before opening in January. But attitudes are changing slowly about homosexuality. And some of the inspiration comes from older gay activists like 72-year-old Ba Li.

Narain Dutt Tiwari

India's Reply to Tiger Woods

Siliconeer, News Feature, Siddharth Srivastava, Feb 19, 2010

When it comes to sexcapades, India has its own answer to Tiger Woods but the Tiger of India is a politician and he is 86.

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Marriage Equality Matters to Everyone

Chicosol.org, Op-Ed, Alexa Valavanis, Feb 17, 2010

In 2010, hundreds of thousands of Americans are being treated as partial citizens. The very men and women we trust to fight our wars, protect our streets, teach our children and heal our sick can't get married.

Love in India

The Contradictions of Love in India

New America Media, Q&A, Neelanjana Banerjee, Feb 14, 2010

India regularly sees protests on Valentine's Day targeting couples and stores selling cards and candy. On the other hand, its history and culture is erotically charged. Filmmaker Kaushik Mukherjee tries to figure out this disconnect in a new documentary.

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Pregnancy-related deaths rise in California

New America Media/California Watch, News report, Nathanael Johnson, Feb 03, 2010

The mortality rate of California women who die from causes directly related to pregnancy has nearly tripled in the past decade, prompting doctors to worry about the dangers of obesity in expectant mothers and about medical complications of cesarean sections.

Miriam Mendiola-Martinez

Pregnant and Shackled: Hard Labor for Arizona's Immigrants

New America Media, News Feature, Valeria Fernandez , Jan 26, 2010

Arizona denies undocumented immigrants the right to post bail. This means that if you happen to be pregnant like Miriam Mendiola-Martinez you might have to give birth while shackled to a hospital bed.

New America Now: Haiti Relief Efforts, Value of Nothing, and Sufi Soul

New America Now, Audio, Jan 15, 2010

Relief efforts are underway for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti, Raj Patel on why we know the Value of Nothing, and Indian music star Kailash Kher is releasing his first international album,Yatra-Nomadic Souls.

RIP Mariah -- Bay Area Transgender Community Shaken by Woman's Death

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Video: Min Lee//Edit: Valerie Klinker, Dec 30, 2009

Mariah Qualls a 23-year old transgender woman, was a volunteer and member of Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center's TRANS:THRIVE community. She was found slain in her San Francisco residential hotel room in early December.

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