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New America Now: Iranian/Amer reaction, LGBT movies, Goran Bregovic's Balkan band

New America Media, Audio, Posted: Jun 19, 2009


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New America Now:


    Stories from the ethnic media: Iranian Americans watch Iran and Arizona anti-immigrant bills.

    Odette Keeley talks to:
  • Victor Rodriguez, reporter for Univision KTVW in Tucson, Arizona about fears of immigrant profiling by the police.

  • Pari Esfandiari, editor-in-chief irandokht.com an online magazine focused on Iranian women, based in Los Angeles, says Iranian Americans are being reminded of the 1979 Iranian Revolution.

    Sandip Roy talks to:

  • Iranian writer Roxanne Varzi says there is a generation gap in the Iranian reaction to their election.

  • Randall Kline talks about the wild Balkan musical ride that is Goran Bregovic's Wedding and Funeral Orchestra, in San Francisco with SF Jazz.

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  • Directors HP Mendoza ("Fruit Fly") and Florencia Manovil ("Fiona's Script") talk about their two movies set in the Bay Area and part of the LGBT Film Festival. LGBT Festival


  • Monica Ali 's new novel ("In The Kitchen") is out and we look back to an interview about her now famous novel, Brick Lane.


    New America Now is now available as a podcast through KALW and National Public Radio, so you can listen to the show on your MP3 player. Click here to subscribe.






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