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New America Now: Murder, Money & Music

New America Media, Audio, Posted: Apr 10, 2009


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New America Now:



    Stories from the ethnic media highlights two winners at NAM's California Ethnic Media.
    Manuel Ortiz of Alianza Metropolitan News, San Jose won The Best in Photojournalism Award for his images of immigrant farm workers, and Gabriela Gonzales of La Prensa winner of Best In Inter-Ethnic Reporting for her story on young Latinos converting to Islam.


    Murder, Money & Music: Sandip Roy talks to these guests.

  • Liana Molina with California Reinvestment Coalition talks about how low income people can be ripped off around tax time.


  • Writer Andrew Lam on how the gun speaks for one man who struggled with English.

  • Photographer Tod Sanchioni has a show at ATA Studios,"The Changing Face of Laos Through its Music", in SF until April 18th, looks at the changes in Laos brought by music and technology.


  • Directors Ryan Fleck & Anna Bowden on their movie Sugar which explores the effect on Dominicans who come to play baseball in the U.S. It opens this weekend.



  • Financial Resources:
    If you support a family with two or more children and your total household income is less than $40,000, you can have your taxes prepared for FREE at a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site.

    To find VITA sites located throughout California, call the IRS toll free at 1-800-829-1040 or visit the Franchise Tax Board


    Bay Area residents can call 211 or 1-800-358-8832 to find a VITA site.



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