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Secret Bush-era Prisons Continue

New America Media, Commentary, John C. Trang, Jul 24, 2009

Muslims make up 70 percent of inmate in two prisons the George W. Bush regime clandestinely established in the Midwest between 2006 and 2008. The prisons are still open.

Iranian election

Irans Current Turmoil Has Deep Roots

New America Media, News Analysis, William O. Beeman, Jul 17, 2009

The turbulent internal politics of Iran are fundamentally a controversy between two very old, very entrenched religious philosophies that have been debated for more than 300 years, not a clash between secularizing reform forces and entrenched religious forces, says NAM commentator William O. Beeman. Even when protests subside, the debate will continue.

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African Blood Saved Obama From Scrutiny in Ghana

New America Media, Commentary, Edwin Okong'o, Jul 12, 2009

During his visit to Ghana, President Barack Obama laid out a U.S. policy that wasnt any different from that of his predecessors. But because of his blood ties, he is exempt from tough questions.

Wind in the Willow

My Teacher, My Friend

New America Media/America.gov, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jul 05, 2009

Remembering a teacher who opened the door for a Vietnamese refugee in his classroom.

Michael Jackson

Remembering the Other Michael Jackson

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jun 26, 2009

Many in the media are remembering Michael Jackson as an increasingly eccentric pop star whose relationship with children bordered on criminal. But NAM contributor Earl Ofari Hutchinson says its important to remember the other Michael Jackson, one who co-wrote We Are the World and supported charities of all kinds.

Fired for Working

New America Media, News Report, David Bacon, Jun 17, 2009

The massive firings at a Southern California food packing company over discrepancies with the workers' Social Security numbers could be a window into a future in which this kind of immigration enforcement becomes widespread in workplaces across the country.

Census

Ethnic Media Indispensable Says U.S. Census

New America Media, News Report, Marcelo Ballv, Jun 09, 2009

The U.S. Census Bureau is leaning on ethnic media to help deliver an equitable census. And it plans to invest dollars to show it means business.

2009 National Ethnic Media Awards

NAM Awards in Atlanta Spotlight Ethnic Media

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, photography by Kevin Chan and Min Lee, Jun 05, 2009

The 2009 National Ethnic Media Awards Banquet on June 4, 2009 brought ethnic media together to celebrate the new face of American journalism in the 21st Century, with ethnic media more powerful and integrated into American society.

It Takes a Village to Buy a Condo in San Francisco

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, May 31, 2009

The economic meltdown may be the perfect storm for first time home buyers. But in markets like San Francisco, the American dream still requires a little help from your friends.

California Was The Future

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, May 27, 2009

Opponents of same-sex marriage invested time and money in the battle over Proposition 8 in California, believing that the state was a bellwether for the entire country. They may have missed the real battle taking place in the rest of the country and the world, from Iowa to Nepal.

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