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New America Now: Between Two Worlds

New America Now, Audio, May 18, 2010

Roxana Saberi talks about her experience in an Iranian prison, Peter Hessler goes Country Driving in China, and Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is the author of One Amazing Thing.

Stormy Weather for Lena Horne

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, May 11, 2010

Author James Gavin talks about his book Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne. Though Lena Horne was a groundbreaking African American film and musical star, she paid a huge personal price in a life marked by triumph and tragedy.

Vegetable Vendor

Taiwan's Unlikely Hero: Vegetable Seller of Taitung Market

New America Media, Q&A, Vivian Po, May 11, 2010

Described by Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou as Taiwans ambassador with a loving heart, 61-year-old Chen Shu-chu was selected as one of the heroes in this years TIME magazines annual 100 Most Influential People in the World for her outstanding generosity and philanthropy.

New America Now: Island Beneath the Sea

New America Now, Audio, May 07, 2010

This week on New America Now: Author Isabel Allende discusses her latest novel, Island Beneath the Sea. Her first novel in four years is an addictive stew of race, sex, magic, and realism set in eighteenth century Haiti.

Blurbs For 'East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres'

New America Media, Blog , Andrew Lam, May 05, 2010


New Book Looks at Icelandic Immigrant Community

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, May 05, 2010

A young woman obsessed with uncovering a family secret is drawn into the strange and magical landscape, language, and history of Iceland. Christina Sunley is the author of The Tricking of Freya.

New America Now: Catholic Church, Icelandic Volcanos and Arizona Watch

New America Now, Audio, Apr 30, 2010

This week on New America Now: Odette Keeley with headlines from New America Media, Julie Pham and Marcelo Ballve on Ethnic Media Watch, Richard Rodriguez talks about the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, Conservationist Małgorzata Grska is winner of the 2010 Goldman Environmental Prize, and Christina Sunley is the author of The Tricking of Freya.

Doll Diplomacy Part of SF and Japan's Checkered History

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 29, 2010

Dolls to - and from - Japan became tokens of diplomacy between the US and Japan. They're part of an exhibit at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Curator Melissa Rinne and writer Alan Pate tell the story.

Award Winning Scientist Encourages Biodiversity in Cuba

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 28, 2010

Environmental prize Goldman Prize winner Cuban scientist Humberto Rios brought his fellow scientists out of the lab and into the field. The union has helped Cuba turn it's agriculture from a mono culture to much needed biodiversity.

Education is the Key in Afghanistan

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 27, 2010

Budd Mackenzie, founder of Trust in Education, talks about why girls education is key in Afghanistan and the challenges in keeping girls in school.

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