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Immigrants Dont Feel Safe in 'Sanctuary City'

By Elena Shore // Video: Josue Rojas, Apr 17, 2009

Once a beacon for immigrants, San Francisco is no longer seen as a safe place to live for some families. Last summer, Mayor Gavin Newsom allowed undocumented youth to be turned over to immigration authorities. And in the last year, stepped up ICE raids have some families on edge. Residents who spoke at a recent city hearing say they are under siege.

Can Black Men Survive Falling U.S. Economy?

Final Call.com, News Report, Charlene Muhammad, Apr 14, 2009

A recent study indicates that of the major ethnic groups impacted by unemployment during the current U.S. recession, black men have experienced the greatest job losses since the crisis officially began in November 2007.

Murder-Suicide in Suburbia: 'Wake-Up Call' for Indian Americans

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Apr 01, 2009

The murder-suicide of six family members last Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif. has forced Indian Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area to examine the taboos surrounding mental health in their community.

An Infamous Legend is Born and a Community is Under Siege

New America Media, Commentary, Kevin Weston, Mar 23, 2009

Moving forward, youll have to mention Lovelle Mixon with Denmark Vesey, Nat Turner, Huey Newton, Jonathan Jackson and Larry Davis. Depending on your politics, all of these men were cold-blooded murderers or heroes in the human rights struggle for black people in America. Traduccin al espaol

Yusuf Bey IV Bragged About Ordering the Killing of Chauncey Bailey

Chauncey Bailey Project, News Report, Thomas Peele, Mar 05, 2009

Bey IV said he had to "sacrifice a soldier" to "take out" the Oakland Post editor to protect the bakery, according to the statement taken by the Alameda County District Attorney's office from a confidential informant

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No Tears for the Chronicle?

New America Media, News Analysis//Video, NAM Editors, Feb 26, 2009

The SF Chronicle is teetering on the brink of collapse, if it cannot find a buyer or further slash its staff and operating costs. Ethnic media and media observers weigh in on what life would be like without the citys major daily.

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I'm Over Chris Brown

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Commentary, Alexis Lewis-Shaw, Feb 09, 2009

Like T-Pain said, I can't believe it! R&B singer Chris Brown, 19, and pop diva girlfriend Rihanna, 20, have gotten into a situation that many young women are quite familiar with -- he allegedly put his hands on her.

Immigrant Prisoners Stage Uprising in Texas

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Feb 03, 2009

A Jan. 31 uprising at a Pecos, Tex. immigrant detention center erupted after complaints of poor medical treatment were reportedly ignored.

NY Senator Changes Tune on Immigration

El Diario/La Prensa, News Report, Jan 25, 2009

The new state senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, yesterday softened her hard line against illegal immigrants Saturday, saying she will be more open minded when it comes to considering immigration reform proposals.

Bush's Parting Shot: Kiss My Buttocks

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Jan 23, 2009

Writer Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez calls Bush's final act as president--commuting the sentences of border patrol officers who shot a Mexican--the final slap in the face to immigrants.

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