New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Aug 22, 2011
In the small town of Lanare, locals are fighting for access to clean drinking water, a problem in many poor, rural communities across the state.
New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jul 21, 2011
After foreclosure, homeowners pick up the pieces and re-imagine the California dream of homeownership.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Jun 27, 2011
Use of mobile devices in a Hayward, Calif., classroom puts English language learners on the fast track.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Jun 06, 2011
Ethnic media gathered in D.C. to discuss a Virginia redistricting plan that would weaken the political power of ethnic communities, despite their growing numbers.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Apr 18, 2011
Food is hard to come by in the borderlands of southeast San Diego County, for residents as well as those just passing through.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2011
The Oakland Coliseum has been jammed with low-income patients seeking free dental and medical care—exposing the richest state’s Third World status.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 16, 2011
On the street corners of Ciudad Juarez, fire-eaters swallow their fears and clowns laugh off death through their tears.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Jan 12, 2011
Sitting on an Indian reservation in the southern California desert, the Duros trailer camp is now home to a large number of indigenous Mexican migrants, the P'urhépecha people.
New America Media, Photo Essay, Posted: Dec 22, 2010
In the wave of anti-immigrant sentiment gripping the United States, no one asks what happens to the deportees once they're sent back to Mexico.
New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Dec 02, 2010
Retired Dr. Donna Guenther has been traveling to India for many years, working with—and photographing—some of the AIDS pandemic's most vulnerable victims.
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