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New America Now: Trust in Education, Cuban Biodiversity, Doll Diplomacy

New America Now, Audio, Apr 23, 2010

This week on New America Now: Odette Keeley with headlines from New America Media, Valeria Fernandez and Stan Washington on Ethnic Media Watch, Budd Mackenzie talks about girls education in Afghanistan, Cuban scientist Umberto Rios looks at Cuban agriculture, and Curators Melissa Rinne and Alan Pate tell the story of "doll diplomacy" between the US and Japan.

South Asian Poetry Anthology Debuts in SF

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Ann Bassette and Min Lee, Apr 22, 2010

Indivisible, the first ever South Asian anthology of poetry, held its national book launch at San Francisco's Book Smith.

A Jihad for Love

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 22, 2010

Parvez Sharma is a New York based Indian writer and filmmaker who is best known for his film on gay and lesbian Muslims in the Middle East, A Jihad for Love. He tells of his travels through the Muslim world and hidden lives as these people fear for their lives.

The Battle for the Soul of Islam

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 22, 2010

In No god but God, author and professor Reza Aslan challenges the "clash of civilizations" mentality that has distorted our view of Islam and explains this critical faith in all its complexity, beauty, and compassion.

The Dangerous Business of Blogging

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 21, 2010

Stephen Franklin is the ethnic news director for the Community Media Workshop in Chicago. He's also a long time journalist who has spent a long time in the Middle East. He talks about the dangers faced by Arab bloggers.

The Jackie Robinson Baseball Wont Remember

New America Media , Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Apr 20, 2010

Jackie Robinson is remembered for breaking the color barrier in 1947, a tipping point for race relations in America. The irony is that Robinson didnt see baseball -- or America -- quite the way it is remembered today.

Re-Inventing the Comic Book

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , Commentary, Video, Story by Eming Piansay//Video by Ann Bassette, Min Lee and Eming Piansay , Apr 17, 2010

I never planned on purchasing an iPhone or Kindle or an iPad, but I did take the dive into the iPhone. My initial reaction to reading anything on my phone brought a certain level of uneasiness.

New America Now: Voices From The Muslim World

New America Now, Audio, Apr 16, 2010

This week on New America Now - Voices From the Muslim World: Stephen Franklin talks about the dangers faced by Arab bloggers in the Middle East, author Reza Aslan the looks at the "clash of civilizations" mentality in No god But God, Sumbul Ali-Karamali explains how Muslim women are participating in society and changing the world in The Muslim Next Door, and filmmaker Parvez Sharma on his award winning documentary Jihad for Love which shows the pressures of being a gay Muslim.

Exploring the Hikikomori Phenomenon in Japan

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 15, 2010

In his book Shutting Out the Sun: How Japan Created Its Own Lost Generation, Michael Zielenziger explores the phenomena of the "hikikomori," young Japanese men taking to their rooms in their parents homes for months at a time and leaving life outside.

"The Other" Immigrant Experience

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 14, 2010

What does it mean to be Japanese American during the mid-twentieth century? Sam and Keiko find love but fate intervenes as the U.S. and Japan go to war. John Hamamura is the author of Color of the Sea.

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