New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 31, 2010
Sixty-nine people in Colorado have died of H1N1, the “swine flu” virus, but health department officials don’t know how many of the victims were black or Latino.
Al Jazeera English, Video, Posted: Mar 31, 2010
Some of the world's best known NGOs came together in New York to discuss how to rebuild Haiti. But questions remain about how the NGOs and the government will work together.
HispanicVista, Commentary, Posted: Mar 30, 2010
It took the killing of two U.S. citizens in Ciudad Juarez to elicit a comment from the U.S. president. Yet the United States continues to deny its own complicity in the deaths of thousands of people in the Mexican drug war.
India Currents, Commentary, Posted: Mar 29, 2010
The last speaker of a tribal language in India just died. For an Indian-American it raises issues about the role language plays in transmitting culture, especially in a different country.
San Francisco Bay View, News Report, Posted: Mar 29, 2010
Toxins that were declared by the California Legislature to “have a detrimental impact on a person’s health” and cannot be used in school food service or food facility businesses are contained in food consumed by inmates in California prisons.
Aramica, News Report, Posted: Mar 25, 2010
Arab American actor Said Faraj, who is currently starring with Matt Damon in the recently released blockbuster 'The Green Zone,' speaks with Aramica publisher Antoine Faisal about his acting career and being Arab-American in Hollywood.
SF Public Press, News Report, Posted: Mar 22, 2010
Every Saturday afternoon, Maria Watanabe takes the stage in Japantown's Peace Plaza to sing and dance as the anime character Sailor Moon.
Al Dia, News Report, Posted: Mar 19, 2010
Latinos have one of the highest high school dropout rates in the country, and only one in 10 have university degrees.
India West, News Report, Posted: Mar 12, 2010
Nearly one hundred people marched to the Indian consulate in San Francisco to draw attention to the urgent issue of female infanticide in India.
Frontera Nortesur, News Report, Posted: Mar 07, 2010
A long-simmering conflict between drug cartels exploded into violence in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas bordering Texas last week. Shoot-outs, explosions, kidnappings and reports of large convoys with armed men freely roaming streets rattled a broad swath of the state, especially in the area stretching from Reynosa south to Matamoros known as the “Little Border.
Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Mar 05, 2010
Filipino-American census partnership specialist Teresita Zaragoza is encouraging all community members to get counted in the 2010 survey to get critical funding & services for their families and neighborhoods.
MShale.com, News Report, Posted: Mar 05, 2010
Despite the fact that the U.S. Supreme Court has time and again upheld the confidentiality of census information, issues regarding access and privacy continue to persist with communities across Minnesota, including those of African refugees and immigrants.
India West, News Report, Posted: Mar 05, 2010
A 19-year-old Muslim teen, allegedly fired by retail clothing giant Abercrombie and Fitch for refusing to remove her headscarf at work, filed a complaint Feb. 23 with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Hispanic Link, News Report, Posted: Mar 04, 2010
Half of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus supports repealing the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell law fro gays and lesbians serving in the military.