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New America Now: Seeking Safety for Journos. Gay People and the Earth

New America Media, Audio, Posted: Apr 24, 2009


New America Now:

    Stories from the ethnic media: Odette Keeley talks about U.N. Anti-Racism Conference and a Goldman Prize Winner from Bangladesh.

    Author and radio host Earl Ofari Hutchinson The Hutchinson Report
    weekly in Los Angeles on and nationally on KTYM Radio 1460 AM says Obama's decision to boycott was a mistake.

    Abu Taher, executive editor of Bangla Patrika, a weekly newspaper serving the Bangladeshi communities in the New York area talks about Rizwana Hasan,an environmental attorney working to reduce the impact of Bangladeshs exploitative and environmentally-devastating ship breaking industry.

    Seeking Safety for Journos. Gay People and the Earth Sandip Roy's guests;

    Alec Russell, author of South Africa: Bring my Machine Gun - The Battle for the Soul of South Africa from Mandela to Zuma on the South African election.

  • Joel Simon Executive Director of Committee to Protect Journalists where in the world and what kind of danger many journalists face.

  • Author and ecologist Tom Kostigen on the connections within all environmental concerns.
    on how to reduce your carbon footprint while using your computer.

    Director Yun SuhDirector Yun Suh

  • Yun Suh Director on her movie City of Borders which explores the complicated lives for many gay people in the Middle East and is screening at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

  • 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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