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New America Now: Narco violence, flu, civil rights & Burma's music

Audio, Posted: May 02, 2009


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New America Now:



    Stories from the ethnic media: Odette Keeley talks about journalists covering Mexican narco violence.

    Angela Kocherga, border bureau chief at Belo Company one of the largest television groups in the country, on women running guns and ammunition from the US to Mexico.

    Alfredo Corchado, long-time Mexico Bureau Chief of Dallas News on being an Mexico American journalist.


    Mexico under flu, civil rights under fire, examining yoga and a Burmese choir Sandip Roy's guests;

  • Laura Carlsen Director of America's Policy Program on why Mexico is the source of the swine flu.

  • Bill Haney, writer of the movie American Violet on the use and misuse of prisons in America.


  • Kate Churchill, on the journey into yoga that is her movie Enlighten Up


  • A year after a cyclone devastated Burma, the Gitameit Choir, a Burmese choir takes it's first trip to America.Listen their music and the choir's director Mo Naing.Gitameit Music



  • Burmese Choir GitameitBurmese Choir Gitameit




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