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New America Now: August Wilson and the Latino Swing Vote

New America Media, Audio, NAN Radio Posted: Oct 24, 2008


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New America Now:





  • Stories from the Ethnic Media

  • Karla Escamilla, reporter for Univision Arizona and Jose Merino, editor of La Estrella De Tucson discuss the rising violence on the Mexican border.


  • Henry Fernandez explains the issues affecting the battle for the Latino vote in the presidential election


  • Dr. Shakti Butler, executive director of World Trust Services and Dr. Yolanda Ronquillo discuss race, racism and how the presidential election is affecting these paradigms


  • Writer Mark Abley gives a commentary on how the English language is changing through the culture and slang of Hip Hop



  • Director Harry Elam Jr. on directing the August Wilson play "Radio Golf" and why this play is particularly relevant today










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