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Hopi Tribe Bans Environmental Groups

New America Now Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley, Oct 16, 2009

This week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": Hopi tribal leaders ban environmental groups from their land; and, many U.S.- born children of Mexican descent have no health care.

New Poll Shows Impact of Stimulus Package

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Oct 15, 2009

Everybody knows the $787 billion stimulus package is happening. But do they know exactly what it is doing and how it is affecting their communities?

Black-Brown Summit in DC Addresses Construction Jobs

Washington Informer, News Report, Shantella Y. Sherman, Oct 14, 2009

Last year, $30 billion in federal contracts were awarded to companies in the Washington, D.C. area, yet the number of District minority-owned companies that benefitted from the federal procurement process proved to be miniscule

Katrina rebuild

Discriminatory Housing Lockouts Amid Post-Katrina Rebuilding

Colorlines, News feature, Jordan Flaherty, Oct 14, 2009

Since September of 2006, St. Bernard Parish has been aggressive in passing racially discriminatory laws and ordinances.

Aging Minor

Recession Hits Aging Blacks, Hispanics Hardest Says a New Poll

New America Media, News Analysis, Paul Kleyman, Oct 12, 2009

Economic differences have been exacerbated by the recession, leaving African American and Hispanic retirees especially hard-hit.

Stimulus

Americans Largely Unaware of Stimulus Opportunities

New America Media, News Report, Annette Fuentes, Oct 06, 2009

Americans know that stimulus dollars are at work but are unsure about the opportunities there, says a new poll commissioned by New America Media.

Stimulus dollars

Its Not Too Late to Get Stimulus Cash

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Oct 06, 2009

More than $200 billion in stimulus cash is still available to families, students, nonprofits, small businesses. Here are ten ways to access it.

california cuts

California's Budget Cuts Hurt Those on Disability the Most

New America Media, Commentary, Richard Babcock, Oct 06, 2009

To people living on disability, supplemental security income (SSI), the California budget cuts has become an issue of survival.

Mexico's Great Tourism Crash of '09

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Oct 04, 2009

Ciudad Juarez is considering a drastic solution to bring back tourists: The mayor is planning on gating off part of the tourist district and virtually attaching it to neighboring El Paso, Texas.

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