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Immigration, Iran, Int'l Criminal Court & In the Loop

New America Now Radio

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


New America Now:

    Stories from the ethnic media:
    Odette Keeley talks to:
    Mary Turck Twin Cities Daily Planet editor of Twin Cities Daily Planet on the case of Nana Opoku,stranded in Ghana, separated from his American wife and child, despite all efforts to cooperate with the U.S. immigration authorities.

    Judith Martinez-Sadri,Atlanta Latino Editor-in-chief, talks about the local police co-operating with immigration authorities is making life hard for all Latinos in Gwinett County, GA.

    Sandip Roy talks to:

    Marielena HincapieMarielena Hincapie, executive director of The National Immigration Law Center talks about racial profiling as a tool against legal and undocumented immigrants.

    Read her editorial on New America Media.

    Erna ParisErna Paris argues that the International Criminal Court is more relevant than ever, despite the U.S. refusal to participate.


    protest iraniansAs the world gears up for an official day of protest against the election in Iran this weekend, Austin Heap an American technology consultant tells why he became involved and how a new program Haystack can bypass Iran's Internet police and Beatrice Motamedi, an Iranian American woman in Oakland, woman talks about her mixed feelings.



    Mary Ambrose talks to:
    In the LoopArmando Iannucci, director of In The Loop a dark farce about how Britain entered war with Iraq which opens this weekend.


    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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