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Did Palin Really Say She Wouldnt Hire Blacks?

New America Media, News Analysis, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Sep 23, 2008

Sarah Palin has been accused of telling black leaders in Alaska that she didn't intend to hire blacks. Palin's spokesperson denies this and says the governor is color-blind. But African-American leaders aren't so sure.

The Knock at the Door: San Franciscos Sanctuary Status Under Fire

New America Media, News Feature, Words: Elena Shore, Sep 16, 2008

The arrest of six undocumented immigrants at a private home in San Francisco last week calls into question how protected undocumented immigrants in this sanctuary city really are. Traduccin al espaol

Black Unemployment Grows Past 11 Percent

Philadelphia Tribune , News Report, Terry Johnson, Sep 15, 2008

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics figures show that the national African-American unemployment rate has hit double digits for the first time in three years.

Todd Palin No Poster Boy for Yupik Eskimos or Other Native Alaskans

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Sep 07, 2008

Native Alaskans infant mortality rate is more than double that of whites. Native Alaskan males make up less than ten percent of the states population, but are nearly forty percent of those behind bars.

Running from the Cops at the RNC

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , News Report//Audio, Words//Photos//Audio: Donny Lumpkins, Sep 04, 2008

Trapped between barricades and cops, young protesters got a surprise concert from Rage Against the Machine and tear gassed. St. Paul has never seen anything like this before.


Latin American Media See Mexico as New Drug King

New America Media, News Analysis, Teo Ballv, Sep 01, 2008

While U.S. media express concern about Mexican narco-violence spreading into the United States, media in Latin American countries highlight a different reason for worry: Mexican cartels are already there.

What Have We Become?

New America Media, Commentary, Kyle de Beausset, Aug 17, 2008

On the eve of the Beijing Olympics, Hiu Lui Ng was dying in the custody of our great nation's own U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. Francisco Castaneda went for almost a year in detention without treatment and he eventually died from cancer.

Chickens Come Home to Roost in Georgia

New America Media, News Analysis, William O. Beeman, Aug 12, 2008

The Bush Administration's push for access to oil from the Caspian Sea and it's desire to isolate Iran precipitated the Russian invasion of Georgia.


Cambodia and Thailand's Standoff Threatens Regional Stability

New America Media, Commentary, John Hall and Sophal Ear, Aug 01, 2008

A disputed 11th century temple that straddles the Thailand-Cambodia border has caused an armed stand-off between the two nations, with each side claiming the temple as its own. An intervention by international courts could perhaps stave off possible bloodshed.


Will the U.S. Support Terrorists to Destabilize Iran?

New America Media, News Analysis, William O. Beeman, Jul 07, 2008

All attempts to justify a military attack on Iran have failed and the US is now looking at supporting fringe and terrorist groups to destabilize the country. Will it work?

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