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Global Culture

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on global society and culture. For more information on NAM global culture coverage, contact Andrew Lam at alam [at] newamericamedia [dot] org..

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Love in India

The Contradictions of Love in India

New America Media, Q&A, Neelanjana Banerjee, Feb 14, 2010

India regularly sees protests on Valentine's Day targeting couples and stores selling cards and candy. On the other hand, its history and culture is erotically charged. Filmmaker Kaushik Mukherjee tries to figure out this disconnect in a new documentary.

New America Now: Ethnic Media Watch, Native American Census, Formosa Betrayed

New America Now, Audio, Feb 05, 2010

Media monitors from across the country share the ethnic news stories that caught their attention, counting the Native American population in the 2010 Census is proving difficult, and Formosa Betrayed is a new film featuring the unique cultural perspective of Taiwan.

A Map of Home

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Feb 03, 2010

The 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait is humorously depicted through the eyes of an outspoken and independent teenage girl named Nidali. A Map of Home is a novel by Randa Jarrar.

The Sound of Cape Verde Returns

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Jan 28, 2010

Nha Sentimento is the new album from singer Cesaria Evora. Emmanuel Nado, host of Africa Mix on KALW, discusses the long-lasting popularity of the African music legend.

New America Now: Field Poll Results, MLK in Memphis, Returning to India

New America Now, Audio, Jan 22, 2010

An extensive field poll on the Obama presidency yields surprising results, Taylor and Bessie Rogers of StoryCorps discuss seeing Martin Luther King in Memphis, and Betty Kamath is returning to a home for the elderly in India.

haiti quake

Rush to Aid Haiti's Earthquake Victims

One World.net, News report, Brittany Schell , Jan 17, 2010

Individuals, aid organizations, and governments worldwide are rallying to aid the people of Haiti after Tuesday's devastating earthquake that has killed tens of thousands of people and crippled the infrastructure of the island nation, already the poorest in the western hemisphere.

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.

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.

All That Work and Still No Boys

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

Kathryn Ma relates the experience of Northern California's Chinese American immigrant community in All That Work and Still No Boys.

Nigerian in America

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Jan 13, 2010

Chimamanda Ngozi examines what it means to be Nigerian in America in The Thing Around Your Neck, the latest novel from the award winning author.

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