New America Now: Making Changes for Future Generations

New America Now: Making Changes for Future Generations

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Ethnic Media Watch with Marcelo Ballve and Julie Pham: Why the DREAM Act was overturned and what it means for future generations; and a discussion about the J-word--"Jap" that is--and why the Jewish and Japanese communities have joined together to ban the word.

Stories Discussed on this weeks Ethnic Media Watch:
Eliminating the “J-word”


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Samar Minallah, executive director of Ethnomedia and Development, works to bring about change using popular media, films and music videos, in Pakistan.


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Diep Vuong, Managing Director at Pacific Links Foundation, left Vietnam in 1979 but went back five years ago to help fight against human trafficking in her home province.


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Skip Horack's experiences with a pygmy tribe inspired him to write Eden Hunter, a novel about Kau, a 4 foot 8 pygmy sold into slavery in the early part of the 19th century US.


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