New State Program Enrolling 200,000 Medicare-MediCal Patients in L.A.
 

New State Program Enrolling 200,000 Medicare-MediCal Patients in L.A.

New America Media, Video, Steve Angeles & Odette Keeley, Story by Paul Kleyman, Posted: Jun 13, 2014

Cal MediConnect will fully start July 1 for 200,000 Los Angeles seniors and those with disabilities. Its promise of coordinated care raises key questions.

 

In LA, Parents Tell District 'Do With Us, Not to Us'

 

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann, Video by Michael Lozano, Posted: Apr 29, 2014

Parents in LA say they want the school district to do more to help create an effective partnership between the two sides.

 

Growing Up Muslim

 

New America Media, Video, Peter Schurmann, Video by Jonah Most, Posted: Apr 03, 2014

The experience of young Muslim Americans is at the core of how the religion will evolve in this country going forward, and yet their stories are rarely heard.

 

Medi-Cal Covers Foster Youth Till Age 26, But Few Know It

 

New America Media, Video, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Feb 25, 2014

The Affordable Care Act provides coverage to former foster youth in California until age 26, though few know they are eligible.

 

The Changing Face of Hmong Youth

 

The kNOw Youth Media, Audio, Mai Chong Vang and Ezra David Romero, Posted: Feb 06, 2014

Hmong youth in California's Central Valley must navigate between the world of tradition and popular culture.

 

California Program Improves Health Care For State's Most Vulnerable

 

New America Media, Video, Jonah Most, Posted: Feb 04, 2014

A pilot program initially set to launch in eight California counties aims to improve health care to some of the state's most vulnerable.

 

Reflecting on the Legacy of MLK

 

New America Media, Video, Valerie Klinker, Posted: Jan 19, 2014

NAM reporter Valerie Klinker asked passersby in downtown San Francisco about what they see as the legacy of Martin Luther King.

 

What Our Schools Need -- A Student's Eye View

 

New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Jan 14, 2014

From arsenic-laced drinking water to broken bathrooms, slow computers and bad food, California students weigh in on where school funding is needed most.

 

Black Parents in L.A.: This Is What Our Kids Need to Succeed at School

 

New America Media, Video, text: George White // video: Min Lee, Posted: Nov 21, 2013

African American parents and members of the black media in Los Angeles gathered last week to discuss state education funding priorities.

 

Native American Parents on Parental Engagement and Schools

 

New America Media, Video, Min Lee, Posted: Oct 25, 2013

More than a dozen Native-American parents from San Francisco gathered for a roundtable on the importance of parental engagement

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