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Is The Brain Drain Reversing Polarity?

New America Media, Audio, New America Now Radio Posted: Feb 06, 2009


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New America Now:




    Stories from the ethnic media focuses on the latest Russian assassination of a human rights lawyer and Increase in Mexican American dual citizenship:
    Vecherniy New York (or Evening New York) senior editor Ari Kagan
    La Opinion reporter Claudia Nunez

  • Vivek Wadhwa of Duke University and Harvard Law School discusses his surveys of Indians and Chinese who are returning back "home" after years in the US


  • Indian-Americans, born and raised in the US, who have moved to India talk about leaving their parents in America.


  • Asha Sharma on the remarkable story of her grandfather - the only American who went to jail in India fighting for India's independence and became the Johnny Appleseed of the Himalayas."An American in Gandhi's India : The Biography of Satyanand Stokes"


  • Percussionist Robin Sukhadia on producing the CD
    Global Lingo that uses music to connect youth across oceans


  • Let's get talking! The question of the week: With the economy in free fall would you consider moving to another country? Call with your thoughts and you may hear yourself on the air next week.





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