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Foreclosure Crisis Brings Unwelcome Pests

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Dec 14, 2009

Foreclosures are driving people out of their homes. But as homeowners move out rats and mosquitos are moving in.

Soda cans

Convenience Store Owners to Oppose Food and Beverage Tax

India Post, News Report, India Post News Service, Dec 14, 2009

Hundreds and thousands of Asian American convenience store and gas stations across the country have decided to oppose the proposed food and beverage tax under the health care reform.


Poor Nations Need Help To Combat Global Warming

New America Media, Opinion, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Dec 12, 2009

Getting the worlds richest and poorest nations to cut a deal on climate control that both sides can live with has never been easy. Rich industrial nations did the damage to the economies of poor nations. The burden is on them to undo it.

Businesses and Unions Face the Guest-Worker Dilemma

America's Voice, Column, Maribel Hastings, Dec 11, 2009

In part 7 of the series Immigration Reform: Know the Players, Maribel Hastings takes on what has traditionally kept business and labor interests divided: guest worker programs.


U.S., Global Activists Support Bhopal Survivors

India West, News Report, Ashfaque Swapan, Dec 11, 2009

December 2009 marks the 25th anniversary of the Union Carbide gas leak in Bhopal. The survivors and their children are still demanding justice from Dow Chemical, the company that bought Union Carbide.

Legalizing Farm Workers: A Shared Necessity

America's Voice, Column, Maribel Hastings, Dec 10, 2009

Farmers have a growing interest in legalization after feeling the effects of intensified immigration enforcement policies on agriculture, reports columnist Maribel Hastings in part 6 of the series Immigration Reform: Know the Players.

AMerican Indian unemployment

American Indian Unemployment From Bad to Worse in Recession

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Dec 10, 2009

American Indians have always had high rates of unemployment. The recession has made it much worse. But some American Indian advocates also see opportunity in the bleak numbers.

U.S. Koreans Go Home in Search of Better Life

Korea Daily, News Report, Sang-Woo Park, Translated by Eunji Jang, Dec 10, 2009

A growing number of Koreans - both U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents -- is moving back to Korea in search of a better life.

FDIC: Minorities, Poor Have Less Access to Banking Services

Washington Afro , News Report, Staff, Dec 09, 2009

According to the FDICs National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households, 9 million households, a total of 17 million adults, were unbanked.

Black Joblessness

The Jobless Crisis of Young Blacks is Now Obamas Crisis

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Dec 08, 2009

African Americans are the hardest hit by the economic meltdown. But President Obama needs to grapple with the fact that the problem of joblessness among African Americans was dire even before the economy tanked.

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