Korean in New York Sues McDonald's for 'Racist Assault'

The Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

An elderly ethnic Korean in New York has filed a multi-million-dollar suit against McDonald's for an alleged racist attack by one of its workers.


Food Truck Makes Texas-Sized Hit With Kimchi Fries


Korea Times, News Report, Jane Han, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

While Korean tacos are all the rage, one wildly popular Austin food truck has moved onto something even better – fries, on steroids.


Chile Derails ‘Monsanto Law’ That Would Privatize Seeds


New America Media, News Report, Asha DuMonthier, Posted: Mar 28, 2014

The Chilean government's rejection of the seed patenting law is being viewed as a triumph for rural and indigenous communities.


In Alaska, Riskier Lifestyle Contributes to Shorter Longevity


KNBA Radio/New America Media , News Report, Joaqlin Estus , Posted: Mar 26, 2014

Alaskans live shorter than most other Americans—and Alaskan Natives live shorter still.

Socola Chocolatier Dreams Big


CAAM, News Report, Posted: Feb 15, 2014

Socola Chocolatier’s mascot, Harriet the Flying Alpaca, will be finding herself a more permanent place to live in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood. Socola Chocolatier’s new store and café is slated to open just in time for Valentine’s Day on February 10th.

McDonald’s Opens First Restaurant in Vietnam


Audrey Magazine, News Report, Posted: Feb 11, 2014

Fast food corporate king McDonald’s, which has locations in over 100 countries so far, opened its first Vietnam restaurant in downtown Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday.


Drought Brings Hard Times to California Ethnic Farmers


New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Posted: Jan 28, 2014

California's minority farmers struggle to connect with federal and state assistance programs aimed at mitigating the effects of the state's worst-ever drought.


For Some Campesinos, Winter Is Farming Season


New America Media, Photo Essay, David Bacon, Posted: Dec 31, 2013

The farming season is coming to an end on California's central coast, but not for all campesinos.


The Bitter Reality for Farmworkers


New America Media, Photo Essay, David Bacon, Posted: Nov 27, 2013

Pay for farmworkers in the U.S. remains so low that many struggle to pay their bills, much less send money back home to their families.


One Woman Takes Obamacare's Promise to Bangladeshi Immigrants


PRI's The World, News Report, Akiko Fujita, Posted: Oct 31, 2013

A popular restaurant in Los Angeles' Little Bangladesh has become ground zero for getting out information about Obamacare.

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