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Race Relations

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on race relations in America.

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Nigerian Americans Do Double Take on Terrorism Suspect

New America Media, News Report, Edwin Okongo, Dec 30, 2009

Houstons Nigerian community received the news of Abdulmutallabs arrest with deep concern, resignation and denial. But above everything else, they are insistent that he does not represent the values of Nigerians and Africans in America.

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Health Care Disparities at Core of Sen. Sanders Vote

New America Media, News report, Khalil Abdullah, Dec 30, 2009

Though an Independent, Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders extracted a $10 billion expansion of community health centers from his legislative peers in exchange for his support for the Senates version of the health care bill last week. At core of his interest: issue of disparity.

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Asian Pacific Islander Groups Promote Census Participation

Nguoi-viet.com, Jami Farkas, Jami Farkas, Dec 28, 2009

Seven Asian and Pacific Islander organizations across the state have come together to form the API Census Network in an effort to promote the API communitys participation in the 2010 Census.

Save the Jewish Deli

New America Media, Interview Audio, Mary Ambrose, Dec 27, 2009

More and more varieties of ethnic restaurants seem to be opening up everywhere. Yet in this expanding landscape the one ethnic restaurant that seems to be shrinking is the Jewish deli.

Shenandoah Police Protected White Perpetrators

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Dec 17, 2009

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) says Pennsylvania police deliberately undermined an investigation into the 2008 attack of Luis Ramirez by a gang of white teenagers. An editorial in New York's El Diario/La Prensa compares their behavior to the lynchings of blacks.

The NAACP and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Dec 09, 2009

A new book by Patricia Sullivan recounts the beginnings of the NAACP through powerful stories of protest and struggle.

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.

Racial Tensions Between Black and Asian Students Boil in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Tribune, News Report, Robert Hightower, Dec 09, 2009

Racial tensions have come to a boiling point at South Philadelphia High School, where some Asian students are not showing up for class following an attack by African-American pupils

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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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New UC Admissions Policy Would Hurt African Americans, Asians

New America Media, News Analysis, Henry Der, Dec 08, 2009

A new admissions policy adopted by the UC Board of Regents earlier this year would dramatically reduce the number of African-American and Asian students admitted to most UC campuses starting next fall, and damage UC's commitment to diversity.

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