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New America Now: What Is Race?

New America Media, Audio, New America Now Radio Posted: Feb 13, 2009


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New America Now:



    Stories from the ethnic media focuses on the on line expansion of ethnic media outlets:
    L.A. BEEZ group editor Jerry Sullivan
    Atlanta Latino co-founder and editor-in-chief Judith Martinez

  • Is access to tv a civil right? Ken Maxey and Anni Chung discuss who's left in the dark when tv signals go digital.
    A Youtube spoof on the digital TV transmission.



  • A new look at how gender and race define our identity.
    Curator Dmitri Broxton and artist Adrienne Pao on the show at The Museum of African Diaspora called Decoding Identity.


  • Race is not in the eye of the beholder, it's not even in the genes. Joseph Jones, Project Manager of The Race Project explains.


  • The untold story of black New Orleans: Dawn Logsdon director of the documentary, Faubourg Treme.


  • Let's get talking! Do you think talking about race has helped us understand race any better? How do you identify yourself? Call and leave your message and you may hear your answer on the air.






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