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Gender Identity

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Can Black Men Survive Falling U.S. Economy?

Final Call.com, News Report, Charlene Muhammad, Apr 14, 2009

A recent study indicates that of the major ethnic groups impacted by unemployment during the current U.S. recession, black men have experienced the greatest job losses since the crisis officially began in November 2007.

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Actresss Suicide Exposes S. Korea's Culture of Sexual Exploitation

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann and Aruna Lee, Apr 01, 2009

A week before committing suicide, actress Jang Ja-yeon wrote a seven-page letter chronicling the sexual favours she said she was expected to perform in order to work in Korea's entertainment industry.

Live Blogging WAM Conference: Women's Voices and Media Policy

New America Media, Blog, Neelanjana Banerjee, Mar 28, 2009

Live Blogging WAM Conference: Mainstream and Youth Media

New America Media, Blog, Neelanjana Banerjee, Mar 28, 2009


From Mt. View to Afghanistan

New America Media, Q&A// Video, Words: Annette Fuentes// Video: Michael Siv, Mar 14, 2009

Rosemary Stasek, the former mayor of Mountain View, Calif., is the founder and executive director of A Little Help, a nonprofit that provides humanitarian aid in Afghanistan, with a focus on women.


Could the Next Dalai Lama be Female?

IExaminer, News analysis, SARANSH SEHGAL, Mar 10, 2009

Speculation grew last November, when the exiled Tibetan leader hinted at a press conference, that a female Dalai Lama may succeed him. Many attendees were surprised, since history has never seen a female Dalai Lama


The Reigning Queen of Asian American Hollywood

Pacific Citizen, News report, Lynda Lin, Assistant Editor, Feb 21, 2009

She's wooed a karate kid and mothered a time-bending 'hero.' After two decades in show business, Tamlyn Tomita is still going strong.

Golden Girls Behind Bars

New America Media, News Feature, Viji Sundaram, Video Cliff Parker, Feb 09, 2009

Last month, prisoner Number W 41465 passed away, her greatest wish unfulfilled: to die a free person. Eighty-eight years old, nearly blind and deaf, her mind enfeebled by Alzheimers and in the terminal stages of kidney failure, Helen Loheac was "a tiny old woman who just wanted to be released.


Juana Villegas: A Pregnant Woman Shackled and Detained

Let's Breahthroug, Video Report Video, Let's Breaktrhough Production Team, Feb 02, 2009

Juana Villegas is a Mexican immigrant living in Tennessee. She was nine months pregnant when she was stopped for careless driving." She remained shackled in transit to the hospital while she gave birth.

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Lose Your Job, Gain a Life

New America Media, News Feature, Leslie Casimir, Jan 23, 2009

Free from the shackles of their once-demanding jobs, some of the newly unemployed are rediscovering themselves and their libidos in ways unimaginable.

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