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Filipino-American Sisters Vie with the Big Boys in Natural Gas Trading

Asian Journal, News Feature, Cynthia de Castro , Jul 31, 2009

Filipino Americans Suyen Encarnacion Pell and her sister and business partner Theresa Encarnacion Gendron are fast rising in the male-dominated field of natural gas trading.

Radio Roundup of the Ethnic Media: Mexico Elections & Indian Gays Decriminalized

New America Media, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jul 17, 2009

This week: BELO TV on continuing deaths and violence from Mexico President Calderon's drug war as a main reason for the opposition party PRI's victory in the recent midterm elections; and India West newspaper on Indian-American gays overjoyed at Delhi High Court ruling decriminalizing homosexual sex.

Chicago Conference Highlights Plight of LGBT Ethnic Elders

New America Media, News Report, Paul Kleyman, Jul 02, 2009

The Pride-parade image of carefree, middle class youth doesnt fit the impoverished reality of millions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) elders of color. Recent findings expose the multiple jeopardies that confront ethnic LGBT people in their later years.

Womens Rights in Afghanistan Code for Occupation

New America Media, Interview, Elsa Rassbach, Q&A with Zoya, May 29, 2009

"The U.S. government has never supported democratic organizations," according to Zoya, an Afghan woman interviewed about the state of womens rights in the country.

It's Not a Gay Issue

ChicoSol, Commentary, Alexa Valavanis, May 28, 2009

The most painful factor regarding the passing of Proposition 8 is not simply the narrow margin that it passed by, but the untruths and lies that drove people to "yes."

Iraq War Vet Brings Life Experiences to Politics

New America Media, News Feature, Aaron Glantz, May 21, 2009

Anthony Woods is not your typical candidate for Congress. Hes a former U.S. Army Captain who was expelled from the military when he told his commanders he was gay.

NAM Poll: Women Immigrants Keeping Families Together

New America Media, Commentary, Audio, Sandy Close and Richard Rodriguez, May 14, 2009

The story of migration is no longer a mans story. It is increasingly becoming a womans tale, according to Women Immigrants: Stewards of the 21st Century, a new poll by New America Media. Immigrant women are taking charge in keeping their families together. Traduccin al espaol

This Mothers Day, Lets Promise Her Equal Pay

New America Media, Commentary, Heidi Hartmann and Ariane Hegewisch, May 10, 2009

Recent studies show that for the first time, more women are employed than men. But this statistic belies the fact that women continue to earn less than their male counterparts.

Susan Boyle

Who's the Ugliest One of All?

New America Media, Commentary, Paul Kleyman, May 05, 2009

Susan Boyle's got talent. But the ugliness seems to live on, not in the self-effacing Boyle, but in ageist, and certainly sexist, disdain so strangely and publicly directed at her by comedians, critics and the media.

California Hispanics: Pro-Choice

Hispanic Business, News Report, Suzanne Heibel, Apr 23, 2009

Contrary to popular belief, the majority of California Hispanics support a woman's right to choose, want continued government funding for birth control and sex education in schools, according to a new report.

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