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Race Relations

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on race relations in America.

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The Black President Trap

Faraichideya.com, Blog , Farai Chideya, Feb 27, 2010

New America Now: Sinaloa Violence, Early NAACP Activism, Paula West

New America Now, Audio, Feb 26, 2010

Manuel Ortiz talks about the escalating drug violence in Sinaloa, Mexico, Patricia Sullivan writes about the early days ofthe NAACP in Lift Every Voice, and Paula West names several of her favorite jazz musicians.

Will Obama Pardon Jack Johnson?

New America Now, Audio, Feb 24, 2010

Earl Ofari Hutchinson explains why President Obama won't pardon legendary boxer Jack Johnson.

A mosque defaced but found communal support

NIOT.org, Blog , Emma Clune, Feb 22, 2010

Being counted in the 2010 Census

Sampan.org, News report, Samuel Tsoi, Feb 20, 2010

The census is a monumental task mandated by the US Constitution: counting everyone wherever they may be. But how does a nation as vast and diverse as America go about counting 300 million people? By deploying an army of people and large sums of money in a collaborative media and outreach effort.


Conyers Calls for USAID Chief Shahs Demotion

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Feb 15, 2010

After USAID head Rajiv Shah met with the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss Haiti without any African-American staff, Rep. John Conyers called for his demotion.

New America Now: Crisis in Bushwick, A Sea of Poppies, Journey to Palestine

New America Now, Audio, Feb 12, 2010

Esther Sanchis looks at the effects of the mortgage meltdown on the Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn, A Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh is about the Indian Opium trade in the 19th century, and Corner Store chronicles the story of one corner store owner and his efforts to reunite with his family in Palestine and bring them to America.

Getting to No You

New America Media, Blog, Rene Ciria-Cruz, Feb 05, 2010

Still wondering why the Republican Party has become the party of no?

New America Now: Field Poll Results, MLK in Memphis, Returning to India

New America Now, Audio, Jan 22, 2010

An extensive field poll on the Obama presidency yields surprising results, Taylor and Bessie Rogers of StoryCorps discuss seeing Martin Luther King in Memphis, and Betty Kamath is returning to a home for the elderly in India.

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.

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