New America Now: One Year After Neda, 9500 Liberty, True Colors

New America Now: One Year After Neda, 9500 Liberty, True Colors

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Ethnic Media Watch:

Anthony Advincula discusses news of immigrants fasting for reform in a church in New York, while Mai Ver Dang talks about why Hmong history is getting into the school curriculum in Minneapolis

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Mahnaz Afkahmi:

A year after the controversial elections in Iran, what is the status of the opposition movement?  Mahnaz Afkahmi is founder and president of Women's Learning Partnership, and executive director of the Foundation for Iranian Studies
 
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Eric Byler and Annabel Park:

In 2007, long before Arizona, Prince William County in Virginia became ground zero for the immigration movement.  Filmmakers Eric Byler and Annabel Park had a front seat to the drama in their new documentary film, 9500 Liberty
 
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Juana Alicia:

True Colors Mural Arts Program of Berkeley City College has been painting a mural on the walls of Ink Works, a private company in West Berkeley.  Famed muralist Juana Alicia is the vision behind the mural portraying key movements in the history of social justice

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