Redemption Song: Former Gang Member Now Helps Incarcerated Youth
 

Redemption Song: Former Gang Member Now Helps Incarcerated Youth

Koream Magazine, News Feature, Story and photography by Jimmy Lee, Posted: Sep 03, 2015

A former gang member is now executive director of the nonprofit Project Kinship, which works with the at-risk population and the formerly incarcerated.

 

As Senior Meals Go Ethnic, Health, Funding, Strict Rules on Menu With Bok Choi

 

Hyphen/New America Media , News Feature, Lisa Wong Macabasco , Posted: Aug 28, 2015

Wonton Soup? Tacos? Serving ethnic elders familiar food might seem easy for senior meals programs to cook, but culturally appropriate offerings face challenges.

 

Californians Favor Extending Health Care Coverage to All Residents

 

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Aug 27, 2015

California voters in record numbers are embracing the ACA, and a greater proportion of them support extending health care coverage to undocumented immigrants than they did last year.

 

Wonton Soup, Bok Choi--Subsidized Comfort Meals New for Ethnic Elders

 

Hyphen/New America Media , News Feature, Lisa Wong Macabasco , Posted: Aug 27, 2015

How do you say “Meals on Wheels” in Chinese? Ethnic comfort food is the newest trend in home and group meals for increasingly diverse older Americans.

 

Are English Language Learners Punished For Their Frustration With School?

 

New America Media, Commentary, Dawn X. Henderson,, Posted: Aug 21, 2015

If this is the behavior of many adults, we can imagine what young people experience when they perceive these threats. They act out.

 

Silicon Valley Ground Zero for Common Core

 

New America Media, Photo Essay, Rian Dundon/ Text by Peter Schurmann, Posted: Aug 03, 2015

Whether Common Core can transcend the disparities separating students across Silicon Valley will be a key litmus test for its success.

 

Call for California Asians and Hispanics to Show United Front on Health4All

 

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Jul 22, 2015

Health care advocates are celebrating California’s recent “landmark victory” in getting its undocumented children health care, but there's more to be done.

 

How I Traveled The World Without Leaving Long Beach

 

Voice Waves, News Feature, Cindy Maldonado, Posted: Jul 22, 2015

Earlier this year, Long Beach was again named one of the most diverse cities in the nation, so here's a report from Voice Waves.

 

Will Commercialization Be Obama’s Legacy on Aging?

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Jul 17, 2015

Marking Monday’s White House Conference on Aging were important new initiatives, but little sign of key issues and major participation by commercial interests.

 

BOSTON: Gentrification Hits Elders on Housing Costs

 

Bay State Banner/New America Media , News Report, Sandra Larson , Posted: Jul 15, 2015

As gentrification drives Boston’s boom, some elders are safe, but others find themselves vulnerable.

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As Fed Jobs Abound in Dallas, a Congressman Pushes for Naturalization
 
As Fed Jobs Abound in Dallas, a Congressman Pushes for Naturalization

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Posted: Aug 21, 2015

 

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