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Retired Job Seekers Swell Unemployment Rolls

New America Media, News Report//Video, Story: Leslie Casimir//Video: Josue Rojas and Lesile Casimir, Nov 26, 2008

Many elderly people from minority and low-income communities are coming out of retirement to look for full-time jobs. But as the unemployment rate soars and the economy plunges, the timing for their job search couldn't be worse.

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Campaign 2008: Other Trailblazers Among Election Winners

New America Media, News Feature, NAM Staff, Nov 21, 2008

Barack Obamas victory overshadowed news of other political trailblazers. From state capitols to city halls across the country, many minority candidates made or attempted to make history during the 2008 Election.

Everything Must Go-Bama

New America Media, News Feature//Photos, Words + Photos: Russell Morse, Nov 14, 2008

Obama merchandise is hot and is now available now on everything from snow globes to dinner plates and plastic blinged-out wristwatches. But what's an Obama phone charger?

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Spanish-Language Media Decries Long Island Hate Crime

New America Media, News Feature, Marcelo Ballv, Nov 13, 2008

The stabbing death of Marcelo Lucero, an Ecuadorean immigrant in Long Island, has triggered intense nation wide coverage from Spanish-language media.

The Place that Hope Forgot to Visit on Election Day

New America Media, News Report, Russell Morse, Nov 09, 2008

The celebration of Barack Obama's historic victory felt very far away to residents of Tent City, a homeless encampment in the woods of Athens, Ga.

Gays in the Age of Obama - It's Their Party and They'll Cry if They Want to

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Nov 06, 2008

Once again, California has said no to same sex marriage. But gays and lesbians are resilient. They had relationships before there was even a name for the movement.

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Most Iraqi Refugees Still Unwilling to Return, Even for Money

New America Media, News Feature, Shane Bauer , Oct 31, 2008

The Iraqi embassy in Damascus recently announced that it would offer money and flights to Iraqi refugees wishing to return, but most of Syria's estimated 1 million Iraqi refugees still believe it is too risky to go home.

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Why Little Saigon and Hanoi Found Common Ground in John McCain

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Oct 30, 2008

As the U.S. Presidential Election draws near, both Hanoi and Little Saigon have suddenly found common ground and enthusiasm in one man: Sen. John McCain.

Protestors in Anti-Prop 8 Rally

Same-Sex Marriage Divides Small City

New America Media, News Report, Rupa Dev, Oct 27, 2008

After thousands of mostly Asian supporters of Proposition 8 descended on a California city, a diverse group of residents there staged a counter rally against Prop 8 and in support of same-sex rights.

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Student Arrested in Iran Shines light on Gender Equality Issues

New America Media, News Report, Julian Do, Oct 27, 2008

The arrest and detention of Iranian American graduate student Esha Momeni in Tehran two weeks ago has brought worldwide attention to the focus of her work: the women's movement in Iran.

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