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New America Now: Annie Le Murder, Chevron Vs. Ecuador, Not a Genuine Black Man

New America Now, Audio, Posted: Sep 26, 2009


New America Now:

    Odette Keeley talks to:

    Undocumented immigrants are hoping for some form of representation in DC. So why are some Latino leaders promoting a boycott of the census? Marcelo Ballve discusses.


    Sandip Roy talks to:

    In today's constant battle for an inside story, how did one Vietnamese paper from Los Angeles nearly scoop the mainstream media on the murder of Yale student Annie Le? Ahn Do, Vice President of Nguoi Viet, tells the story.


    The David and Goliath struggle between indigenous culture and multinational corporations continues. Joe Berlinger, director of Crude, discusses his new documentary about the controversial legal battle between Chevron and 30,000 Ecuadorians living in the Amazonian rain forest who allege three decades of pollution in their homeland. Crude opens in the Bay Area this weekend. Click here for tickets.


    China is a rising star in the Capitalist scene. But as Margaret Jenkins discovered, their dancers are paid by the state and surprised to learn that US dancers have second jobs.
    Upcoming Performances


    This year is the fifth anniversary of the premiere of Not A Genuine Black Man. In an interview from 2004, Brian Copeland discusses his funny and poignant one man show based upon his experiences of growing up as an African American in San Leandro during the 1970s.
    Schedule and Tickets


    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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