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Intersections

Where languages converge and cross-cultural conversations uncover new ground in the emerging landscape of the 'new America.' For more information contact Andrew Lam at alam [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Haitian Americans Pledge Relief After Killer Quake

New America Media, Interview, Audio, Odette Keeley Jan 14, 2010

Amadi Ajamu, a reporter for Black Star News in New York, says the earthquake in Haiti is the worst thing that could happen to a nation that is the epitome of black independence and struggle.

Brand New Funk -- Bay Area Music Vets Bring the Business

New America Media, Video, JR Valrey and Lawrence Fowler Jan 13, 2010

"Town Business" is the new super group put together by Bay Area rap legend Too Short featuring regional music veterans Martin Luther, Silk E and Kev Choice.

Reid Spoke the Awful Truth about Obamas Racial Exceptionalism

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson Jan 11, 2010

Senate Majority leader Harry Reid apologized profusely for his unguarded quip that Obamas light skin and non-Negro dialect put him in good standing with him and by implication with other whites. NAM's Earl Ofari Hutchinson argues Reid spoke the awful truth that millions did give Obama a racial pass.

Mark Ingram

Thank You Mark Ingram

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Commentary, Pendarvis Harshaw Jan 09, 2010

Alabama running back and Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram spoke to the media after leading his team to a national title in the Bowl Championship Series game this week. One commentator felt he was speaking to him.

Pacquiao: I Had a Talk with God .

Manny Pacquiao: I Had a Talk with God

Inquirer.net, News Feature, Edwin Fernandez, Inquirer Mindanao Jan 07, 2010

For the first time, the Philippines most famous athlete and the worlds pound-for-pound boxing king has revealed the secret of his success: he had a conversation with God who promised him strength and power.

Legalize it, or Not?

New America Media, Video, JR Valrey and Lawrence Fowler Jan 02, 2010

Politicians, activist and street hustlers ponder whether or not Cannibus should be legal in California.

Reframe the Nigerian Terrorist Debate

KenyaImagine, Commentary, Aboyeji E. Iyinoluwa Dec 31, 2009

An Nigerian man argues that the war on terror has failed because developed countries insist on keeping brown and black terrorists away from their borders, rather that treat terrorism as a global menace.

RIP Mariah -- Bay Area Transgender Community Shaken by Woman's Death

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Video: Min Lee//Edit: Valerie Klinker Dec 30, 2009

Mariah Qualls a 23-year old transgender woman, was a volunteer and member of Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center's TRANS:THRIVE community. She was found slain in her San Francisco residential hotel room in early December.

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