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From Mao to Yao Ming

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jun 24, 2008

A man carrying two plastic bags, one in each hand, stood directly in the path of a column of armored tanks effectively preventing them from proceeding toward Tiananmen Square in Beijing -- opening the floodgates to a new world.

African-American Gay Couples Slow to Say 'I Do'

Los Angeles Sentinel, News Report, Jasmyne A. Cannick, Jun 22, 2008

While Los Angeles is home to a plethora of lesbian and gay couples of African descent, very few have taken the opportunity to go to city hall and get married.


Ethnic Media Cautiously Laud Obama's Nomination

New America Media, News Report, Various Authors, Jun 06, 2008

Obamas nomination was proclaimed on the front pages of Korean, Chinese, Spanish, Russian and other ethnic newspapers this week as a personal victory.

Obama's Continuing Latino Problem

New America Media , Commentary//Video, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jun 03, 2008

The combination of the familiarity with Clinton and the still blurred notion of what Obama stands for remains a tormenting dilemma for him and the Democrats with Latino voters.

Teen Pregnancy Higher Among Minnesotas Latinas

La Prensa de Minnesota, News Report, Kevin Keen, May 30, 2008

A recent cut in sex and health education in Minnesotas schools is often faulted for contributing to the statewide increase in teen pregnancy.

Latino Activists Face Death Threats in Georgia

Atlanta Latino, News Report, Judith Martnez-Sadri , May 25, 2008

Death threats against Latino activists in Georgia have spurred activists to unite across racial lines. Traduccin al espaol


Palestinian Youth Express Themselves Through Hip-Hop

New America Media, News Feature, Suzanne Manneh, May 24, 2008

May 2008 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Nakba Arabic for catastrophe, the expulsion of the Palestinian people and creation of the state of Israel. However, the Palestinian Diaspora decided to commemorate it with a different image: sharing and performing hip-hop.

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Gay Marriage, the Black Church & the Mainstream Media

New America Media, Commentary, Jasmyne Cannick, May 20, 2008

The lack of balance in press coverage of gay rights issues in relation to race, and the lack of outreach from the gay movement to disfranchised minorities frustrates NAM contributing writer Jasmyne Cannick.

A Beacon Shines from Mississippis Delta

New America Media, News Report, Video, By Khalil Abdullah // Photos: Al White // Video: Michael Siv, May 18, 2008

At a town hall meeting in Mississippi, more than 400 African Americans listed inequities in education as one of their greatest concerns. New America Media's coverage of this issue is underwritten by the Marguerite Casey Foundation.


Is Hillary Clinton Pulling a Ralph Nader?

New America Media, Commentary, Russell Morse, May 15, 2008

Ralph Nader wasn't too upset when he was accused of being a "spoiler" in the 2000 election because his plan was to upset the system. With Hillary Clinton's seemingly meaningless win in West Virginia, one commentator wonders if she is attempting the same thing.

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