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Election 2008

Original NAM and ethnic media coverage of the 2008 Presidential Election.
For NAM's coverage of the 2008 Democratic National Convention, go to the 2008 DNC Coverage page ».

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Push for Diversity in an Obama Administration

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Nov 12, 2008

Will the administration of the first African-American president look as diverse as the Americans who elected him? Some advocacy organizations are pushing to make it so.

Indian Issues Await Obama in Washington

Indianz.Com, news report, Nov 12, 2008

American Indians are hopeful that once in office, President-elect Barack Obama will address intransigent issues of trust reform and land-into-trust.

Iranian President Congratulates Obama

Persian Journal, news report, Nov 11, 2008

In an unprecedented letter, an Iranian president has congratulated the American president-elect.

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Obamas Victory: From Glass Half Empty to Half Full

New America Media, Commentary, David Muhammad, Nov 11, 2008

For one black American government official, Obama's victory has been a watershed on many levels, and it gives him hope.

What Obamas Victory Means to My Daughter from Ethiopia

Tadias, Commentary, Jill Vexler, Nov 10, 2008

I love it that my adopted daughter, Tibarek, will see little girls who look like her living in the White House.

Hottest Ticket in the World

Wahington Afro, News Report, Zenitha Prince , Nov 10, 2008

People from around the world are clamoring for access to the never-to-be-seen-again inauguration on Jan. 20. when Barack Obama officially takes office.

Will Obama Make the Mistake of Latin American Leaders?

New America Media, News Analysis, Marcelo Ballv, Nov 10, 2008

Will Barack Obama go the way of Latin American leaders who came to power on a platform of change and failed to deliver? The president-elect would do well to learn from their mistakes so he doesn't repeat them.

Hispanics Considered Key to Prop. 8 Battle

Hispanic Business, News Report, Jessica Haro, Nov 09, 2008

Proposition 8, which amends the California constitution to prevent same-sex couples from getting married, passed 52 percent to 48 percent. Fifty-three percent of Hispanics voted in favor of the proposition.

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Somali Voter-Influence Claims Raise More Questions Than Answers

Minnesota Independent, News Report, Molly Priesmeyer, Nov 09, 2008

Omar Jamal, head of the Somali Justice Advocacy Center, told KSTP news that as many as 500 people were either persuaded or misled to vote for Al Franken at the Brian Coyle Center on Tuesday.

The Place that Hope Forgot to Visit on Election Day

New America Media, News Report, Russell Morse, Nov 09, 2008

The celebration of Barack Obama's historic victory felt very far away to residents of Tent City, a homeless encampment in the woods of Athens, Ga.

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