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A Nostalgic America, Haunted By Ghosts

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam Oct 30, 2013

But the bright and shiny ghost-less land that Mr. Fei saw in World War II-era America is long gone. The America that believed in technology as a solution to all things, that believed in upward mobility as the norm, that saw itself as defender of the world from evil, has become almost a century later a landscape where ghosts comfortably dwell.

Domestic Violence? Don’t Call the Sheriff—Look to Health Reform

Mar 28, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO -- The text message that the wife of San Francisco’s newly elected Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi sent her neighbor and confidante, Ivory Madison, clearly shows how a doctor’s examination room is often perceived as a safe haven, a sanctuary,...

California Earns B- for Openness, D- for Access

Mar 22, 2012

How does California score when it comes to transparency and political corruption? According to a new study released earlier this week ranking states in terms of their political openness the answer is: not bad at all. When it comes to...

California Earns B- for Openness, D for Access

Mar 22, 2012

How does California score when it comes to transparency and political corruption? According to a new study released earlier this week ranking states in terms of their political openness the answer is: not bad at all. When it comes to...

NAM Hosts Briefing on Affordable Care Act

Feb 27, 2012

On Wednesday February 22nd, 16 ethnic media members gathered to hear healthcare advocates, practitioners, and a small business owner speak about the status of the Affordable Care Act at a briefing hosted by New America Media and The California Endowment....

For One Undocumented German, San Francisco No Longer Home

Feb 27, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO -- Liska Koenig is so San Francisco, she's got a tattoo of the Golden Gate Bridge on her left forearm, and one with the zip code of the outer Richmond District on her wrist. She has worked as...

Women At the Fore in Day Laborer Movement

Feb 27, 2012

When I first went to a day laborer corner to offer training about wage theft, some people looked at me like I was out of place. After all, I was the only woman in a crowd of a hundred day...

Muslims Outraged by NYPD Surveillance

Feb 24, 2012

A recent Associated Press report that revealed that Muslim students at several East Coast universities were the targets of investigation by the New York Police Department has sparked outrage within the civil rights community. “This is abject lawlessness by the...

Nationwide, States Move to Ban Shackling

Feb 22, 2012

 PHOENIX, Ariz. – A movement to ban the use of shackling women detainees while pregnant or in labor is growing across the United States. And it’s drawing support from conservatives and progressives alike, who denounce the practice as tantamount to...

Community College Students Struggle to Pass College-Level Math

Feb 10, 2012

Large numbers of community college students are struggling to pass the college-level math classes they need to complete a degree or transfer to a four-year institution, with long-term implications for their futures. Success in these more advanced courses represents...

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