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New America Now: Crisis in Bushwick, A Sea of Poppies, Journey to Palestine

New America Now, Audio, Posted: Feb 12, 2010


New America Now:

    Ethnic Media Watch:

    Stan Washington looks at the Saints historic Super Bowl victory and what this means for the people and mayor of New Orleans,
    and; Latino immigration remains a hot button issue in Arizona. Valeria Fernandez explains the reaction of Spanish Media.


    Sandip Roy talks to:

    The harsh realities of the economic meltdown come alive in one Brooklyn neighborhood. Eva Sanchis of El Diario reports on the crisis in Bushwick.


    The first entry in a trilogy, A Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh is a mixture of language, race, and class set against the Indian Opium trade in the 19th century.


    Katherine Bruens is the director of Corner Store, a documentary about a store owner's journey to reunite with his family in Palestine and bring them to America.


    StoryCorps Commentary:

    Connie Alvarez asks her mother Blanca to look back at the early days of being an immigrant in a strange new country.


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