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New America Now: Haiti Relief Efforts, Value of Nothing, and Sufi Soul

New America Now, Audio, Jan 15, 2010

Relief efforts are underway for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti, Raj Patel on why we know the Value of Nothing, and Indian music star Kailash Kher is releasing his first international album,Yatra-Nomadic Souls.

Haitian Americans Pledge Relief; Pacquiao-Mayweather Mega-Fight Knocked Out

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jan 15, 2010

This week on "Stories from the Ethnic Media": Haitian Americans pledge relief for earthquake victims; and why the super-bout between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather collapsed.

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Filipino Rescued From Collapsed Haiti Building

Inquirer.net, News Report, Katherine Evangelista & Cynthia Balana, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Jan 14, 2010

One of the four members of the Philippine delegation to the United Nations in earthquake-hit Haiti has been rescued, the Armed Forces of the Philippines confirmed today.

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Haitian Restaurateur Helps With Relief Efforts in LA

Caribpress.com, News report, Sheannette Virtue, Jan 14, 2010

Tigeorges is busy coordinating with local Haitians and planning a relief drive at his Glendale Boulevard restaurant Tigeorges Chicken.

Haitian Americans Pledge Relief After Killer Quake

New America Media, Interview, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jan 14, 2010

Amadi Ajamu, a reporter for Black Star News in New York, says the earthquake in Haiti is the worst thing that could happen to a nation that is the epitome of black independence and struggle.

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US Residents Mount Humanitarian Aid to Haiti

Haitiantimes.com, News report, Garry Pierre-Pierre, Jan 13, 2010

The earthquake was the strongest to rock Haiti in more than 200 years, collapsing a hospital where people screamed for help and heavily damaging the National Palace, U.N. peacekeeper headquarters and other buildings. An aid official described "total disaster and chaos."

Spreading the Benefits from CA's Clean Air Law

New America Media, Interview, Ngoc Nguyen, Jan 08, 2010

Nidia Bautista, policy director for the Coalition for Clean Air, talks about what the state can do to protect communities impacted by pollution and climate change with the 2006 Global Warming Solutions Act.

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Vietnamese Americans Battle Landfill in New Orleans

ColorLines, News feature, Kari Lydersen, Dec 24, 2009

Vietnamese Americans dream of a new urban farm in New Orleans but fear post-Katrina environmental hazards. Urban farming was key to helping the Vietnamese American community become among the first to return to flood-ravaged homes and restart their lives after Katrina.

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India: Despite Failed Climate Talks, More Green Awareness

Inter Press Service, News Analysis, Neeta Lal, Dec 22, 2009

As headlines spread around the world about the failure of the Copenhagen climate summit to reach a binding agreement, environmental scientist Prabhu Goenka says the average person is more aware about environment issues.

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Why I Would Sign the 'Copenhagen Accord'

Oneworld.net, Opinion, Jeffrey Allen, Dec 20, 2009

No doubt the "Copenhagen Accord" is a bad deal for the world's most vulnerable countries. But when it came time for the final up or down decision, every leader had to decide what response, at this extraordinarily precarious moment in human history, would most likely result in success down the road.

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