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New America Now: Language Crosses What Divides Us

Audio, Posted: Feb 27, 2009


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New America Now:



    Stories from the ethnic media: Odette Keeley focuses on the NAACP and alcohol abuse and arrests in Baltimore and San Jose,CA.
    The Afro Senior reporter James Wright
    Silcon Valley DeBug Reporter Raj Jayadev

    Crossing the Divide Through Language:Sandip Roy talks to these guests.

  • Mosaic producer Jamal Dajani on why even an Arabic-speaking journalist needs a fixer in the Middle East. Link TV/Witness


  • Filmmakers Miller & Newberger on tracking dying languages in their movie, The Linguists


  • Joyce Poole on talking, and listening, to elephants. Elephant Voices


  • Poet and essayist Mark Ableys thoughts on how cyberspaces changed and Asian languages have influenced,English.From his book, The Prodigal Tongue" Dispatches from the Future of English.





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