In Little Haiti, 'Everyone Has Opened Their Hearts' Since Irma

In Little Haiti, 'Everyone Has Opened Their Hearts' Since Irma

New America Media, News Report, Erin Marcus, Posted: Sep 19, 2017

More than 500 other people gathered at Miami's Little Haiti Cultural Center on Friday for a free cookout as the area works to recover from Hurricane Irma.


Brain Health for a Song--Aging and the Arts


Caribbean Today/New America Media , News Feature, Dawn Davis, Posted: Aug 31, 2017

Could doctors prescribe music or art to forestall the effects of dementia? Researchers at a recent conference say yes—the worst is not inevitable.


Rapid Aging of U.S., Latin America Mean ‘Race Against Time’ and Poverty


NMPolitics/New America Media , News Analysis, Kent Paterson , Posted: Aug 30, 2017

Global experts agreed at a recent conference that the rapid aging of the U.S. and Latin America call for stronger action to secure elders’ health, income and dignity in old age.


Caribbean Immigrants on Miami’s Climate Change Battleground


Caribbean Today / New America Media, News Report, Dawn A. Davis, Posted: Mar 13, 2017

As the climate heats up, sea levels in Miami could rise as high as 3 feet by 2065, with catastrophic impacts.


New Senate Bill Would Cut Legal Immigration by Half


India-West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Posted: Feb 15, 2017

Most significantly, the bill would eliminate the preference for adult parents of U.S. citizens.


Trump’s Definition of Deportable ‘Broad’ and ‘Vague’


New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Feb 01, 2017

Under the expanded definition, nearly any undocumented immigrant could be considered a target.


Hate Crimes Vastly Under-Reported by Victims, Law Enforcement


India West, News Feature, Sunita Sohrabji, Posted: Jan 23, 2017

A hate crime enhancement can add several years to a sentence, or make a misdemeanor crime a felony with jail time, noted the panelists.


In Havana, Fear the Trump-Putin 'Bromance' Will Lead to Invasion


New America Media, News Analysis, Louis Nevaer, Posted: Jan 04, 2017

Cuba fears the "bromance" between Trump and Putin will result in a U.S. invasion of the communist island.


With Fidel Gone, New Hope for Seized Properties Among Cuban Americans


New America Media, News Feature, Louis Nevaer, Posted: Dec 07, 2016

The position is that the Cuban State has a responsibility to occupy abandoned property and make use of it for the benefit of the community.


Vietnamese Journalist Punished for Comments on Fidel Castro


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Doan Trang, Posted: Dec 03, 2016

Consequently, Phung Hieu was removed from his position of Saigon chief representative, which may mean a cut in his income.

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