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Indian Summit, Defamation, Revolution & Romance

New America Now, Audio, Posted: Nov 13, 2009




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    Indian Tribes in DC: the start of a new relationship for Native Americans?
    The leaders of the 564 federally recognized tribes in the United States traveled to Washington for a historic summit with President Obama. Reznet editor Victor Merina reports.


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    Identity Politics & Tolerance
    Australian artist Lloyd Newsom, director of To Be Straight With You; discusses his unflinching exploration of tolerance, intolerance, religion and homosexuality. A multi-ethnic cast features in this multi-media show. Playing Nov. 12-14 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.


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    Modern Anti Semitism
    Two generations after the holocaust, Director Yoav Shamir explores the state of anti-Semitism in his new documentary, Defamation. Opens on Friday, Nov. 13 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco.


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    Revolution and Romance
    Spread over almost a century, set in Uruguay, and seen through the eyes of women, Carolina De Robertis' novel Invisible Mountain is a marvelous blend of history, storytelling, romance and revolution. Hear De Robertis read at Modern Times Bookstore in San Francisco on Nov. 19th at 7pm


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