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Jobless Americans -- A Neglected Priority

El Observador, Commentary, Hilbert Morales, Jan 29, 2010

Bailout funding will do little to address the the high U.S. unemployment rate, writes the editor of San Jose's El Observador. If Obama is to win re-election in 2012, the Democratic Party must take on this "neglected priority."

Positive Views From California Chinese Voters in The Field Poll

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jan 22, 2010

Most Chinese Americans in California are pessimistic about the states economy but many also believe they're better off financially than others; and, a newly-launched regional news hub helps ethnic media in Louisiana expand online.

Create Jobs Where the People Are

New America Media, Opinion, Arlene Holt Baker, Jan 22, 2010

Americas jobs crisis is hurting everyone. But for African Americans, its a catastrophe. Unless America takes immediate steps to create jobs nowjobs where the people arethe damage will become even more entrenched, threatening generations of African Americans.

Prices in Haiti on the Rise While Population Starves

Haitiantimes.com, News Report , Garry Pierre-Pierre, Jan 21, 2010

Last week, the price of a small can of rice cost US$2. Tuesday, it costs Haitian US$3.50. A gallon of cooking oil that cost $10 only days ago now fetches US$20. What will they cost tomorrow? No one knows.

California economy poll

Multilingual Poll Finds Californians United in Financial Misery

New America Media, News report, Annette Fuentes, Jan 19, 2010

California residents are united across racial and ethnic lines in viewing the states economic landscape as bleak and their own financial situation as worse than the previous year, according to a new multilingual voter survey by The Field Poll.

Know Before You Donate: Tips for Haiti Earthquake Relief

New America Media, Column, Erin N. Marcus, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., Jan 15, 2010

Before making a donation to Haiti earthquake relief efforts, make sure your money gets to the people who need it.


The American Dream Downsized for Indians

Khabar, News Report, Lavina Melwani, Jan 15, 2010

Indian immigrants, one of the most affluent minority communities, are having to downsize their American dreams in the middle of the recession.

California EconoTalk: Hey Honey, Should We Take That Job in California?

New America Media, Column, Stephen Levy, Jan 13, 2010

California gets criticized for having high income tax rates and excessive regulations that force businesses to relocate. In fact, neither companies nor high-income individuals are fleeing California in large numbers.

Hamara Bajaj

India's Bajaj Scooter and Maruti 800 Car - R.I.P

Siliconeer, News Report, Siddharth Srivastava, Jan 08, 2010

In an indication of a changing India, two lifestyle products that defined Indian middle class aspiration in the 70s and 80s, the Bajaj scooter and the entry-level Maruti car will soon cease to exist.

The American Dream Downsized

< ahref=http://www.khabar.com>Khabar, Comments, Lavina Melwani, Jan 08, 2010

For many Indian Americans, one of the most affluent minority groups in the US, the economic meltdown has meant the unraveling of a lifestyle that revolved around dollar signs.

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