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SiliconRaj

Siliconraj

New America Media, Photo-Documentary, Rick Rocamora, Jun 15, 2003

A photo-documentary honoring the contributions of Indian-Americans in the high-tech industry and their entrepreneurial leadership in creating jobs and prosperity for all Americans.

Raj at NCM EXPO

NCM EXPO & Awards 2002

New America Media, Rick Rocamora & SFSU Students, Sep 18, 2002

Pics from our Expo 2002 event in LA.

Caged: Manila's Invisible Children

Caged: Manila's Invisible Children

New America Media, Photo-Documentary, Rick Rocamora, Jun 29, 2002

Photographer Rick Rocamora has been documenting Manila's invisible children for many months as part of a long-term project. He spent time in police stations, rehabilitation centers, mental hospitals and institutions for mentally retarded children. These children are put behind bars where food is scarce and stale, the cops are mean and the quarters, cramped and squalid. Policemen and wardens beat up little boys hauled from the streets, while young girls are molested.

911 WTC Tragedy

911 WTC Tragedy

New America Media, Photo-Documentary, Joseph Rodriguez, Sep 17, 2001

A photo documentary of the 9/11 tragedy at New York's World Trade Center.

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