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New America Now: Mumbai Bombings and 'Rupa and April Fishes'

New America Now Radio, Audio, New America Media Posted: Dec 05, 2008


New America Now:

  • Stories from the Ethnic Media

  • This week: The Twin Cities Media Alliance, The Twin Cities Media Alliance, a non-profit organization bringing together media professionals and citizens to improve the quality, accountability and diversity of local media, this week hosts the first Minnesota Community and Ethnic Media Awards, honoring the work of local ethnic media journalists.

    Odette Keeley interviews Executive Director Jeremy Iggers and one of the winners, Wameng Moua, editor-in-chief of Hmong Today, about his story on Hmong-focussed charter schools.

  • India and Pakistan in court of public opinion in light of the Mumbai bombings. Sandip Roy talks to Mira Kamdar, author of Planet India and Khalid Hasan, the Washington correspondent of the Pakistan paper, The Daily Times.

  • Indian American Raj Jayadev's commentary on why Indians should look to their cousins in America, rather than politicians, for help.

  • The 200 year history of Latino newspapers in the U.S is explored by Juan Gonzalez and Felix Guit.

  • Rupa and the April Fishes: one of the two non Latino bands in the 27 year history of Encuentro del Canto Popular Festival, this weekend in San Francisco

New America Now is now available as a podcast through KALW and National Public Radio, so you can listen to the show on your MP3 player. Click here to subscribe.

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