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Sci-Tech

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on science and technology. For more information, contact Sandip Roy at sroy [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Chris Cramer: Sea Change in World of Journalism

New America Media, Blog, Andrew Lam, Dec 18, 2008


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Letter From Athens: Greek Tragedies & the News Media in the Age of Twitter

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 16, 2008

While nearly 500 journalists and media developers met in a five-star hotel in Athens to discuss the state of the media, the city smoldered from riots organized by young people using new forms of communication.

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Green Jobs Recharge Lives

New America Media, News Feature, Ngoc Nguyen, Nov 19, 2008

A Richmond, Calif. program is training a green collar workforce to do rooftop solar installations and other jobs in the burgeoning green economy.

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Why GM Should File For Bankruptcy

New America Media, Commentary, Christian Czezatke, Nov 13, 2008

The government could provide a $25 billion package to General Motors and another $25 billion down the line. But NAM contributing writer Christian Czezatke thinks its a bad idea.

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Upload Real Challenge: What Activists Can Learn from Obamas Web Politics

ColorLines, News Report, Roberto Lovato, Nov 01, 2008

Obama came along at that precise moment when the technology had matured, when the audience of media users had reached critical mass and he used it to good effects.

Signs of the Times

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Jazmyne Young and the YO!Radio Crew, Oct 24, 2008

This week on YO!Radio -- Pregnancy pact school hands out condoms, why teens don't give a damn and the University of Texas bows down on political signs in dorms.

U.S. Colleges Turn to China for IT Training

New America Media, News Report, Donal Brown, Oct 08, 2008

IBM is partnering with Chinese scholars to help train American and Chinese students in information technology.

Wireless Antennas: People of Color Are Particularly at Risk

New America Media, News Analysis, Elizabeth Kelley, Sep 28, 2008

As Americans go "wireless," people of color could be more at risk for radiation from antennas.

Stick 'em Up, Mister

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Donny Lumpkins and YO! Radio Crew, Sep 20, 2008

This week on YO!Radio -- teens face time for toy gun holdup, Snurf pill hook young people into new habit and marketers promote junk food to black teens.

Internet rumors shake economy, NK aid

New America Media, Blog, Peter Schumann, Sep 07, 2008


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