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New America Now:The Vagrants, the Stimulus, Indonesian forests & SFIAAFF

New America Media, Audio, New America Media Posted: Mar 13, 2009



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New America Now:



    Stories from the Ethnic Media with Odette Keeley: Minorities sometimes benefit from stimulus cash

    on why some Native American tribes need more than others.
    on how African Americans will benefit.

    Sandip Roy with:
  • Jamal Dajani on Arab & African reaction to sttempts to arrest Sudanese president Omar Al Bashir.


  • Brita Johnson helps Indonesians under pressure to sell off their natural resources,save their forests and improve their health.


  • Yiyun Li the author of The Vagrants talks about watching the bloody truth of the cultural revolution as it unfolded in China.


  • Chihui Yang gives a sneak preview of the Asian American Film Festival which opens this weekend.





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