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As Economy Tanks, Is Fifi Safe?

New America Media, News Report, Louis Nevaer, Feb 04, 2009

In the latest indication of the deepening economic crisis in New York, a new phenomenon is on the rise: dognapping.

Ethnic Media Answer Obama's Call for 'Remaking America'

New America Media, News Feature, NAM Editors, Jan 20, 2009

In his inaugural speech, Pres. Barack Obama gave a sober but optimistic account of the challenges facing the United States as he takes office as the 44th president. NAM editors asked ethnic media journalists around the country about their views of Obamas speech and his call to remake America.

This Man Is God-sent, Says 83-Year-Old Civil Rights Vet

New America Media, Commentary, Betty Shavers, as told to Teresa Moore, Jan 19, 2009

As a black woman who lived through the civil rights struggle in Danville, Va. -- a former tobacco and cotton town best known as the Last Capitol of the Confederacy -- 83-year-old Betty Shavers never imagined shed see an African American elected president of the United States.

Our Man Obama -- The Post-Imperial Presidency

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jan 14, 2009

As a refugee from Vietnam, the writer sees the rise of Barack Obama as the beginning the end of a colonial curse illustrated in the novel "Robinson Crusoe".

Al Jazeera Breaks the Israeli Media Blockade

New America Media, News Report, Shane Bauer, Jan 06, 2009

Throughout the 11 days of Israel's pummeling of Gaza, live coverage of the war hasn't made it into most American living rooms. Al Jazeera is the only network broadcasting live images from Gaza to the world.

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Letter From Athens: Greek Tragedies & the News Media in the Age of Twitter

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 16, 2008

While nearly 500 journalists and media developers met in a five-star hotel in Athens to discuss the state of the media, the city smoldered from riots organized by young people using new forms of communication.

The Good, the Bad and the Promoter

New America Media, News Report, Video, Video: Cliff Parker // Words: Carlos Cota Estvez, Translated by Elena Shore, Dec 12, 2008

A wrestling match between Mexicans and the wrestlers dressed as the U.S. Border Patrol is drawing huge crowds in California, where the drama of the show reflects real-life tensions.

Is Pacquiao a 'Mexican' Boxer?

Silicon Valley Debug, Blog, Raj Jayadev, Dec 09, 2008

Boxing promoters expected to profiteer off the beginning of a new racial feud between Filipino and Latino, but the public didn't buy it.

Mumbai Terrorists Wear Uniform of Young India

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Nov 28, 2008

The gun-toting, VERSACE t-shirt-wearing assailant whose image was beamed across the world at the start of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai could as easily have been one of the victims as one of the terrorists.

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Who is to Blame for Marcelo Lucero's Murder?

New America Media, News Analysis, Marcelo Ballv, Nov 26, 2008

Local soul-searching over the murder of Marcelo Lucero has focused on whether local politicians -- through legislation and rhetoric -- have created a xenophobic climate that breeds hate crimes.

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