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

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.


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.


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.


SF City College Students Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst


New America Media, Photo Essay, Staff, 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.


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.


The ABCs of Hmong


Hyphen/New America Media, Video, Momo Chang, Posted: Dec 20, 2012

An elementary school in South Sacramento is home to the only Hmong dual-language immersion program on the West Coast.


Ethnic Media Journalists Honored at Awards Gala in SF


New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann, Posted: Jul 20, 2012

New America Media handed out awards to honor the best in ethnic media journalism for Northern and Central California.


Tragedy and Hope: One Pacific Islander Reflects on API Month


New America Media / Silicon Valley De-Bug, First Person, Jean Melesaine, 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.


Healthy Food Program Helps Patients Manage Disease


New America Media, Photo Essay, Monica Quesada, Posted: Mar 22, 2012

Patients at a clinic in East Palo Alto are finding new ways to manage their chronic disease by eating and cooking healthy.


A Tale of Two Undocumented Graduates


New America Media, Profile, Text: Ruby Perez / Photos: Monica Quesada, Posted: Mar 20, 2012

For better or for worse, the lives of Raul Rodriguez and Alberto Ledesma have been impacted by U.S. immigration policy.

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