New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Sep 30, 2014
The border often seems a chasm separating wealth and poverty. But the lives of people who have no home are basically the same, regardless of which side they live on.
Silicon Valley De-Bug, Photo Essay, Posted: Aug 16, 2014
Silicon Valley De-Bug was in North St. Louis weeks before the Michael Brown shooting, and captured photos of a community left to fend for itself.
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.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Dec 31, 2013
The farming season is coming to an end on California's central coast, but not for all campesinos.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Oct 21, 2013
Demonstrators in San Francisco blocked a bus of deportees Thursday, and are calling on President Obama to halt all deportations.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Jul 11, 2013
More than 1,000 students, faculty members and supporters rallied at CCSF's downtown campus Tuesday to protest the school's loss of accreditation.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Mar 28, 2013
Indigenous Maya immigrants from Yucatan are bringing their love of baseball to playing fields across the U.S.
Hyphen/New America Media, Video, Posted: Dec 20, 2012
An elementary school in South Sacramento is home to the only Hmong dual-language immersion program on the West Coast.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 20, 2012
New America Media handed out awards to honor the best in ethnic media journalism for Northern and Central California.
New America Media / Silicon Valley De-Bug, First Person, Posted: May 31, 2012
As API Month draws to a close, one Pacific Islander from the Bay Area reflects on its meaning in the wake of tragedy.
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