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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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Dr. Luther Castillo -- Voice of the Voiceless in Honduras

San Francisco Bay View , News Report, Willie Thompson, Nov 05, 2009

The National Resistance Front against the Military Coup in Honduras has been demonstrating in the streets of Honduras for more than four months and has absorbed the repression of the coup government.

Funeral Held for Slain Mosque Leader, Questions Remain

Final Call, News Report, Ashahed M. Muhammad, Nov 03, 2009

Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah the 53-year old leader of Masjid Al-Haqq was gunned down by FBI agents on October 28 after a raid on a warehouse just outside of Detroit.

Shopper Faces 15 Years for Cutting Walmart Checkout Line

Washington AFRO , News Report, Staff Report, Nov 02, 2009

A former college student faces up to 15 years in prison for allegedly cutting the line at a Walmart, and the NAACP and ACLU have stepped in to generate support for her case.

H1N1, Climate Change, & The Browning of Suburbs

New America Now, Audio, Oct 30, 2009

Officials from the Centers For Disease Control meet with ethnic media in San Francisco, Rolf Skar from Greenpeace looks at sub-national forest offsets, and Shanti Sekaran discusses her debut novel, The Prayer Room .

Ethnic Communities Urged to Get H1N1 Flu Shot

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Oct 30, 2009

This Week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": CDC officials brief ethnic media in San Francisco on the urgency of getting the H1N1 flu shot; and, a bus brawl unites San Francisco community advocates to ease racial tensions.

Two Shot at North Hollywood Synagogue

Jewish Journal, News Report, Adam Wills, Oct 29, 2009

The Los Angeles Police Department issued an alert to all Jewish day schools and synagogues after two men were shot early this morning in the parking lot of Adat Yeshurun Valley Sephardic synagogue.

Police Brutality San Jose

San Jose Police Beating Stirs Distrust and Resentment

New America Media, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Oct 29, 2009

The Phuong Ho video has elicited such outrage in San Jose, Ca., because it comes on the heels of a sequence of various public revelations of police abuse, and a matching series of failures by city leadership to respond to the demands for transparency and accountability that have spanned ethnic communities.

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Bus Brawl Leads to Dialogue Between Blacks and Asians

New America Media, News Report//Video, Vivian Po//Video: Ann Bassett and Min Lee, Oct 29, 2009

After a fight between two women broke out on a city bus earlier this month, three generations of community leadership discuss tensions between the African-American and Asian-American communities.

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Latinos Face Cancer Scourge

ColorLines, News report, Christina Hernandez, Oct 24, 2009

With the Latino population set to triple by 2050, the already alarming number of cancer diagnoses in the Latino community could rise just as sharply, or even more drastically, according to a new compilation of research.

Basta Dobbs, Honduras Under Fire and City of Borders

New America Now, Audio, Oct 23, 2009

This week on New America Now -- The Campaign mounts against Lou Dobbs, Marcelo Ballve looks at the situation in Honduras and Aaron Davidman discusses his play based on a bestselling book 'The Chosen' by Chaim Potok.

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