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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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CBC Plays Hardball with Obama on Behalf of Black Businesses

Black America Web.com, News Report, Jackie Jones, Dec 07, 2009

The Congressional Black Caucus is putting the hurt on President Obama by refusing to support financial reform legislation until he comes up with an acceptable plan to support minority businesses.

Philippine Election Violence, New Honduran President, and I Heart Hamas

New America Now, Audio, Dec 04, 2009

Fifty-eight people are dead as elections in the Philippines turn deadly, Honduras has elected a new president amidst much political turmoil, and I Heart Hamas is the title of a new one woman show by Jennifer Jajeh.

Black Leaders and Obama Face Off Over Jobs

NNPA, News Report, Hazel trice Edney, Dec 04, 2009

African-American joblessness nearly twice the national rate - is quickly becoming the first showdown between Black leaders and the nations first Black president.

Black Male Unemployment Comparable to 'Great Depression'

NNPA, News Analysis, Pharoh Martin, Nov 20, 2009

The seasonally-adjusted October unemployment rate for Black males is above 17 percent whereas the jobless rate for White adult males and females is under double digits at 9.5 percent and 7.4 percent, respectively.

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Are Filipinos Relying Too Much on Pacquiao for Glory?

New America Media, Commentary, Rene P. Ciria-Cruz , Nov 20, 2009

Seeing how Filipinos raved about Manny Pacquiao as a symbol of what, in the words of many a fan, Filipinos are capable of achieving, a friend asked me, Arent Filipinos relying too much on Pacquiao to build their national self-esteem? Thats too much of a burden for one man to bear.

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Pacquiao Wins Seventh World Title, His Fans Become Global

New America Media, News Report/Video, Anchor/Reporter: Odette Keeley / Video: Mike Siv & Min Lee, Nov 15, 2009

Pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao is the Filipino people's champ once again for his historic win over Miguel Cotto. But as a mixed crowd in a Northern California restaurant that watched this fight proves, "Pacman" has become a global icon.

Anti-Immigrant Groups: A Chorus of Intolerance

America's Voice, Column, Maribel Hastings, Nov 13, 2009

Despite the departure of Lou Dobbs from CNN, anti-immigrant voices remain a stumbling block for immigration reform. This is the third article in the series Immigration Reform: Know the Players.

The Mind of Amiri Baraka

San Francisco Bay View, Q&A, JR Valrey, Nov 12, 2009

Amiri Baraka, one of the most fiery political poets and cultural critics in Black America, recently celebrated his 75th birthday. He is the father of the Black Arts Movement of the 60s.

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Ft. Hood Killings Are an Act of an Individual, Not an Entire Community

New America Media, Commentary, Ray Hanania, Nov 08, 2009

The Fort Hood killings are the act of an individual and not an entire community, so to say that Arabs and Muslims should not be allowed to serve in the military from now on is nothing short of racism.

Low Black Turnout in VA Key in Dems Defeat

Washington AFRO , News Analysis, Zenitha Prince , Nov 06, 2009

Last year, African Americans accounted for 20 percent of the electorate. But, in Tuesdays race, they accounted for 15 percent. And, according to an Oct. 27 Washington Post poll, only 12 percent planned to cast their ballots91 percent voted for Deedson Nov. 3.

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