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Koreans Have Beef With Korean Americans

New America Media, News Report, Kenneth Kim, May 12, 2008

South Korea's decision to resume imports of U.S. beef this week, ending a five-year ban stemming from a fear of mad cow disease, has alarmed some Koreans, who have been on the streets protesting.


Juan Crow in Georgia

The Nation, News Analysis, Special Exchange with the NatIon, Roberto Lovato, May 10, 2008

Call it Juan Crow: the matrix of laws, social customs, economic institutions and symbolic systems enabling the physical and psychic isolation needed to control and exploit undocumented immigrants.

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Kenya's Tribal Wars Move Online

Frontline/WorldMshale, Commentary, Edwin Okong'o, May 04, 2008

Tribal conflict has been blamed for the violence that has rocked Kenya since the disputed December elections. While much is happening in Kenya itself, the war has also moved online and a Kenyan editor became its unwitting target.


Low Turnout in May, High Hopes for November

New America Media, News Digest, Elena Shore, May 02, 2008

The impact of immigration raids could be seen in the lower turnout at immigration marches on May Day this year, report Spanish language media. But hopes are still high for a spike in voter turnout in November.

Ten Minutes of Fame

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Apr 17, 2008

The recent 10-minute "made for YouTube" beating of a girl by a group of teenagers in Florida exemplifies a new trend in which the electronic world dictates our reality.

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Ethnic Media Practice Serious Journalism at Risk of Peril

New America Media, News feature, Kenneth Kim , Apr 09, 2008

For ethnic media reporting on their own communities can be as perilous as covering a war zone. A diverse group of leading editors from ethnic news media shared stories of threats and intimidation they had received from their own communities.

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The Iraq Winter Soldier Hearings: A Cry in Silence?

Black Commentator, Commentary, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Mar 31, 2008

The grunts spoke -- forcefully and without pretense -- about the war they are fighting in Iraq. "Mainstream media" all but ignored the hearings, but the absence of coverage on black radio raises some tough questions about media and black America.

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Training Young Leaders To Effect Change Abroad

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, News Report, Sarah Lake, Mar 27, 2008

In a cooperative program in conjuction with USAID, 14 deaf or hard of hearing students from other countries are in the United States to learn English and other skills on the condition they return to work in their communities for two years.

Beyond Black and White: Ethnic Media Respond to Obamas Call for Dialogue on Race

New America Media, News Digest, NAM Staff, Mar 26, 2008

Ethnic media responded to Sen. Barack Obama's call for a national dialogue on race differently, agreeing on one thing: that it was long overdue for a makeover.

The Spook who Sat by the White House Door

New America Media, News Analysis, Commentary, Kevin Weston, Mar 26, 2008

The outrage directed at Barack Obama and his former pastor Reverend Jeremiah Wright has everything to do with white America's deep-seated fear of African-American revolutionary potential.

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