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Ha Jin, Gaza residents & Asianweek Folds

New America Media, Audio, New America Now Radio Posted: Jan 09, 2009


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    This week on the stories from the ethnic media NAM contributor Jalal Ghazi explains Iran's role in the Gaza crisis and the effect on Arab states, especially Egypt; and Erica Gonzalez, Op-Ed editor for El Diario La Prensa in New York, the countrys oldest Spanish-language daily, says the loss of Bill Richardson as Commerce Secretary means Latinos are expecting more representation in Obama's cabinet.

  • Stories From Gaza: Sandip talks to Michael Bailey who works with Oxfam in Israel and Haitham Abu Shaaban a businessman in Gaza.


  • Emil Guillermo a long time columnist with Asianweek and Ngoc Nguyen,an American Vietnamese reporter with NAM, talk about what the demise of Asianweek means for the Asian perspective in the media.


  • Ha Jin has won some of America's most prestigious literary awards: The Pushcart Prize, National Book Award and the PEN/Faulkner award, among others.Sandip talks to him about his first novel about an immigrant, A Free Life.


  • Let's get talking!

    We'd love to hear from you about Ha Jin's thoughts, Asianweek's demise or any other story you hear on New America Now.

    We'll read your emails on our next show!
    Email us at radio@newamericamedia.org





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