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Kenyan Community Gets New Print Newspaper

New America Media, News Report, Edwin Okong'o, Nov 19, 2009

While many newspapers are struggling with cutbacks and layoffs, Paul Waithakas publishing career is just getting started. He has published the first print issue of the Kenya Monitor, a newspaper for the Kenyan community.

Goodbye to an Anti-Hispanic

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Nov 12, 2009

Lou Dobbs' departure from CNN shows that organizations will not be able to profit from promoting hate without a firm backlash, write editors of New York's El Diario/La Prensa.

San Jose Beating, California Civil Liberties, and Armenian Folk Music

New America Now, Audio, Nov 06, 2009

Raj Jayadev discusses the San Jose Police beating, Stan Yogi is co-author of a new book about the history of civil liberties in California, and Hasmik Hartyunyan is an Armenian folk singer.

Pakistan's Protracted 9/11; and Hispanic Media Summit in Washington

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Nov 06, 2009

This Week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": Pakistanis feel under siege; and Spanish-language media publishers go to the White House.


Last Bilingual Japanese Newspaper in San Francisco Suspends Operation

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Nov 02, 2009

The recent closure of two bilingual Japanese-American newspapers reflects demographic shifts in the community and signals a time of reinvention.

Lou Dobbs

La Opinin Attacks 'Lies on CNN'

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Oct 21, 2009

An editorial in La Opinin newspaper argues that CNN should not allow Lou Dobbs to make false accusations about Latinos if it wants to maintain its journalistic credibility.


Coalition Launches National Campaign Against CNNs Lou Dobbs

El Semanario de Nuevo Mxico, Interview, Luis F. Sarmiento, Translated by Elena Shore, New America Media, Oct 17, 2009

The national campaign "Basta Dobbs" is calling for CNN to remove anchor Lou Dobbs from the air. Coordinator Roberto Lovato was interviewed by Spanish-language newspaper El Seminario de Nuevo Mxico.

Is saving journalism enough?

Faraichideya.com, Blog , Farai Chideya, Oct 17, 2009

The Broken Heart of the Sacred Ocean

New America Media, Commentary, Jean Melesaine, Oct 02, 2009

After being ravaged by an earthquake and tsunami, Samoa -- the sacred heart of the ocean -- is broken. And with few media outlets to provide news on the island, those of us on the outside are left in the dark.

Iran US

New America Now: Iran-U.S. Talks, Filipino Family Roles, Agent Orange in Guam

New America Now, Audio, Oct 02, 2009

This week: Dilshad Deyani hosts a radio show on issues facing South Asian Women, Pharaoh Martin on African American grandparents raising grandchildren, Iran and the US prepare diplomatic talks, Filipino family roles are changing, the effects of Agent Orange in Guam, and the music of Watcha Clan.

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