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New America Now: Ethnic Media Watch, Native American Census, Formosa Betrayed

New America Now, Audio, Posted: Feb 05, 2010


New America Now:

    Ethnic Media Watch:

    In a new segment from New America Now, media monitors from around the country share the ethnic news stories that caught their attention. Marcelo Ballve and Julie Pham monitor Hispanic and Asian American media respectively. They discuss the results of the Senate race in Massachusetts which saw Scott Brown emerge victorious. Plus, Marcelo presents a story on the growth of self-help culture amongst Latinos, and Julie shares a story about the "Chinese in America" exhibit at the Shanghai Expo in China.


    Sandip Roy talks to:

    What is the future of climate change policy after the collapse of the Copenhagen talks? UC Berkeley environmental law policy scholar Rob Collier discusses.


    In preparation for the 2010 Census, the Census Bureau is making an effort to include minorities which are traditionally under-counted. Jacob Simas explains why counting the Native American population is proving to be more difficult than anticipated.


    Eugenia Chien talks to:

    Will Tiao is a producer and one of the stars of Formosa Betrayed, a new film about murder and political intrigue in Taiwan. The film opens on February 26th in the bay area.


    Sandip Roy talks to:

    The music of Le Vent du Nord is a unique blend of traditional French Canadian songs and original folk compositions. Singer Nicolas Boulerice celebrates the release of their new album, La Part du Feu.


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