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Isabelle Thuy Pelaud: How I Found Myself at UC Berkeley

New America Media, Profile, Andrew Lam Jul 15, 2014

Pelaud had always been an outsider. Born in 1965 to a French father and a Vietnamese mother who didn’t speak much French, she grew up in rural France feeling isolated, both geographically and culturally. She had trouble making friends and didn’t do well in school. No one believed that she would amount to much.

As Spain's Economy Worsens, Young Adults Flock to Mexico for Jobs

Feb 02, 2013

PHOTO: Young Spaniards on Avenida Insurgentes in Mexico City. (From left to right, and top row to bottom row): Lorenzo Baladrón, Rafael Avalos, Toni Marí, Alejandro Santos, Almudena Barragán, Claudia Munaiz, Guadalupe Díaz, Cristina Cabrero y Sandra Durán. / photo by Pradip...

London's Olympic Promise to Ethnic Communities Falling Short

Jul 20, 2012

Three days of grassroots activism, petitions and popular pressure have resulted in a reversal of the British Olympic Association’s decision to deny press accreditation to The Voice, the UK’s only national, weekly newspaper for the black community.The Voice had been...

Is Immigration Fueling the Rise of Nativism in Europe?

May 11, 2012

Far-right parties across Europe are gaining momentum, as witnessed by their recent successes at the ballot box in Greece and France. While immigration is thought to be a major factor fueling the parties’ rise, a recent report by the Migration...

Why I Chose to Be a Journalist in Putin’s Russia

Mar 13, 2012

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia -- I am 23. I have worked in the press in the city of Vladivostok for seven years. I live in Putin’s Age, or should I say, in the manner of many university professors, “The Regulation Age of...

Conservationist Wins Goldman Prize for Protecting Polish Valley

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy May 06, 2010

Conservationist and Goldman Prize Winner Małgorzata Górska led the fight to stop a controversial highway project and ultimately helped protect Poland's Rospuda Valley, one of the last true wilderness areas in Europe.

New Book Looks at Icelandic Immigrant Community

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy May 05, 2010

A young woman obsessed with uncovering a family secret is drawn into the strange and magical landscape, language, and history of Iceland. Christina Sunley is the author of The Tricking of Freya.

Catholic Church Embroiled in Scandal

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy May 04, 2010

Commentator and essayist Richard Rodriguez talks about the culture of the Catholic Church amidst the current sex abuse scandal.

New America Now: Catholic Church, Icelandic Volcanos and Arizona Watch

New America Now, Audio, Apr 30, 2010

This week on New America Now: Odette Keeley with headlines from New America Media, Julie Pham and Marcelo Ballve on Ethnic Media Watch, Richard Rodriguez talks about the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, Conservationist Małgorzata Górska is winner of the 2010 Goldman Environmental Prize, and Christina Sunley is the author of The Tricking of Freya.

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Protests Await Phil. Pres. Arroyo at Nuclear Summit

ABS-CBN News.com, News Report, Rodney J. Jaleco, North America News Bureau Apr 12, 2010

Filipino protesters in Washington D.C. are awaiting Pres. Arroyo to demonstrate their outrage at the Philippines' presidency next month of the Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), calling it hypocritical.

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