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Immigrant Rights

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Slavery Bigger Than Ever in America

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson , Oct 17, 2009

On October 13, the U.S. Coast Guard nabbed 18 persons off Mission Bay near San Diego. All 18 were foreign nationals being smuggled into the country. That story drew scant press attention, but it was noteworthy that they were captured at all.

Bringing Back Due Process for Non-Citizens

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Oct 12, 2009

Mallika Dutt examines the fundamental problem of the immigration reform debate. Can we bring back due process rights for non-citizens?

Into the Beautiful North

Mexicans Dont Have an Illegal Immigration Hormone

New America Media, Audio, Q&A by Sandip Roy, Sep 26, 2009

A conversation with Luis Alberto Urrea, author of "Into The Beautiful North" about migration, movies and Mexico.


If Health Care Excludes Some Immigrants, Are Quarantines Next?

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Rodriguez, Sep 16, 2009

Germs and viruses know no boundaries, so to not expand health care access to the undocumented would be playing with fire.

Health Care Woes for Latinos

New America Now Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley, Aug 28, 2009

This week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": La Opinion on how the health care debate foreshadows the immigration reform debate; La Raza on Latino elders' lack of information on and access to emergency services.


Track How Stimulus Dollars Are Spent, Ethnic Media Told

New America Media, News Report , Eunji Jang, Aug 25, 2009

Several communities, contractors and social service agencies received dollars as part of the federal Recovery Act to stimulate the economy and create jobs. Ethnic media should play the role of watchdogs to make sure the money was being used for what it was intended.

Achieving Healthy Immigration Reform

New America Media, Commentary, David Coates, Aug 22, 2009

The best thing supporters of immigration reform can do right now is fight for health care reform, writes the commentator. If Obama loses on this, he argues, immigration reform will become even more elusive.


APIs Organize First-Ever National Action Week

New America Media, Commentary, Karen Narasaki, Aug 21, 2009

This week, the Asian-American community is putting its newly cemented political power to use in the first ever national week of action in support of comprehensive immigration reform.

Asian Americans Mobilize for Immigration Reform

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, Aug 21, 2009

For the first time in the nations history, Asian American and Pacific Islander groups came together this week to call for comprehensive immigration reform.

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Bollywood Star's American Crash Landing

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Aug 18, 2009

Bollywoods biggest star was detained for over an hour, maybe two, over the weekend at Newark International Airport. India is outraged. Chai diplomacy is in order.

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