'They Call Us Terrorists' -- Islamophobia in CA Schools

'They Call Us Terrorists' -- Islamophobia in CA Schools

Long Beach VoiceWaves, Audio, Michael Lozano, Posted: Dec 07, 2015

Muslim students in Long Beach say bullying and other encounters with Islamophobia by peers and teachers alike are a daily reality.


What Happens When the Doctor Says 'Hospice' and You Understand 'Poorhouse'?


PRI's The World in Words, News Report, Daniela Gerson , Posted: May 31, 2014

The Spanish sites of Medicare and NIH translate hospice as hospicio. To Los Angeles resident Manuela Flores, this seems bizarre.


Iraqi Gets a New Life, and Gender Identity, in America


PRI's The World, News Report, Monica Campbell, Posted: Mar 10, 2014

Salma is intersex, from Iraq, and worked with the U.S. military as an interpreter. She fled violence in Iraq and now lives in San Francisco.


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.


SF Protesters Stop Bus of Deportees, Call for Presidential Action


New America Media, Photo Essay, Photos and Audio by Chanelle Ignant, Posted: Oct 21, 2013

Demonstrators in San Francisco blocked a bus of deportees Thursday, and are calling on President Obama to halt all deportations.


Bay Area Yemenis Struggle to Boost Girls’ Education


New America Media / KALW, News Feature, Hana Baba, Posted: Aug 31, 2013

Yemen's female illiteracy rate is the highest in the Arab world. You might think things change when Yemenis migrate to the U.S.


Understanding CA's New School Funding Formula


New America Media, Audio, Vivian Po, Posted: Jun 20, 2013

New America Media and EdSource co-hosted a statewide telebriefing to update members of the media, education advocates, educators and parents about California's new school funding formula.


Silicon Valley’s Immigrant Janitors Learning English at Work


PRI's The World, News Report, Jason Margolis, Posted: Jun 18, 2013

Under immigration reform, millions of people may need to learn English to become legal residents, making workplace learning programs critical.


Invisible Workforce: Immigrant Domestic Workers Push for Better Conditions


PRI's The World, News Report, Odette Yousef, Posted: May 21, 2013

Domestic workers, many of them women immigrants, are getting behind a nationwide push for better working conditions.


Maya Bring Baseball Passions to U.S.


New America Media, Video, Text & Audio: Jonah Harris / Video: Josué Rojas, Posted: Mar 28, 2013

Indigenous Maya immigrants from Yucatan are bringing their love of baseball to playing fields across the U.S.

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