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Immigration Reform Is in Sight, Say Advocates

Vida En El Valle, News Report, Juan Esparza Loera, Jan 29, 2009

Immigrant rights groups believe the Obama administration has a window of opportunity between September 2009 and March 2010 to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill.

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Obama and a Referendum on Race

Colorlines, Commentary, Andrew Grant-Thomas, Jan 21, 2009

The mistaken conclusion that we have become a post-racial society is one we can expect to hear echoed repeatedly in the months ahead.

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Yes We Came, And Yes We Will!

New America Media, News Report, Video, Odette Keeley & Min Lee, Jan 20, 2009

[UPDATED VIDEO - Jan. 21] A record crowd from diverse backgrounds gathered in Capitol Hill to personally witness Pres. Obamas inauguration many pledged their commitment to his message of individual responsibility.

Ethnic Media Cover Inauguration Day

New America Media, Slideshow, Various, Jan 20, 2009

A snapshot of the front pages of U.S. ethnic newspapers from Inauguration Day

Editorial: A New Era Begins

La Opinin, Jan 20, 2009

An editorial in La Opinin called inauguration day "a day of celebration almost impossible to describe."

Debunking the Myth that Latinos Elected Obama

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jan 07, 2009

The notion that Latino voters tipped the victory scale for Obama is a self-serving myth, writes the commentator. If any group deserved bragging rights for the Obama win, he argues, it is black voters.

Richardson's Withdrawal: Loss of an Important Spokesman

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Jan 06, 2009

An editorial in Spanish-language daily La Opinin calls Richardson's withdrawal from the nomination of Commerce Secretary a tough blow for Hispanics.

"Pareng Barack": Filipinos in Obama's America

Inquirer.net, News Report, Ma. Ceres P. Doyo/Philippine Daily Inquirer, Dec 25, 2008

Filipino journalist and author Benjamin Pimentel writes about Obama's incredible march to the presidency, and how Filipino Americans responded to his victory.

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Gay Marriage Ban Activates Young Queers of Color

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , News Feature//Video, Words//Video: Jazmyne Young, Dec 17, 2008

Prop. 8 might have been a crushing blow in a victorious year, but it did activate young people of color who care about gay rights to come out and make a change.

Steven ChuSmart Policy, Not Politics

New America Media, Commentary, George Koo, Dec 11, 2008

To suggest that the appointment of Chu as Secretary of Energy is in some way a mea culpa for the Wen Ho Lee case is to discredit Chus sterling credentials, writes the commentator.

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