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Indigenous

Original NAM content, youth media stories, and ethnic media articles on America's indigenous communities. For more information on NAM's coverage of indigenous populations, contact Donal Brown at dbrown [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Drop in Outreach Funds Could Hurt Census Accuracy

Singtao, Xiao Hui and Zhou Jun Nov 20, 2009


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California Non-Profits Are Not as Diverse as State

New America Media, News report, Annette Fuentes Nov 19, 2009

California may be a beacon of diversity, with Asians, Latinos and African Americans comprising the majority. But when it comes to its nonprofit sector, that racial and ethnic diversity is not reflected, and Latinos are especially underrepresented, according to a recent study.

Indian Summit, Defamation, Revolution & Romance

New America Now, Audio, Nov 13, 2009

This Week on New America Now: Obama holds a historic summit with Native American tribes, Yoav Shamir discusses his new documentary tackling anti-Semitism, and Carolina De Robertis talks about her book Revolution and Romance.

Traditional Healers Choose to Fight H1N1 Naturally

New America Media, News Feature, Elena Shore, Viji Sundaram, and Vivian Po Nov 09, 2009

As the U.S. death rate of the H1N1 virus surpassed 1,000 people, traditional healers face a dilemma: whether to tell their clients to get the vaccine or to prescribe alternative treatments. Traduccin al espaol

Wherever There's a Fight

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy Nov 09, 2009

Stan Yogi discusses his novel, Wherever There's A Fight: How runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California.

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Putting Sexual Identity Aside to Get Ahead in the Military

New America Media, Q&A, interview by Carolyn Ji Jong Goossen Nov 07, 2009

A military officer says dont ask, dont tell makes sense for gays and lesbians like her, who put their military identity above any other.

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H1N1 Respects No Borders

New America Media, News Report/Video, Khalil Abdullah Nov 06, 2009

CDC officials brief Washington, D.C.'s ethnic media how to protect their communities from H1N1.

San Jose Beating, California Civil Liberties, and Armenian Folk Music

New America Now, Audio, Nov 06, 2009

Raj Jayadev discusses the San Jose Police beating, Stan Yogi is co-author of a new book about the history of civil liberties in California, and Hasmik Hartyunyan is an Armenian folk singer.

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