Vida en el Valle , News Report, Posted: Oct 14, 2012
Californians are locked into contributing to the cost of treating state inmates sickened by valley fever. A yearly price tag of $23 million to guard and care for patients in outside hospitals doesn't even take into account what the state prison system racks up treating valley fever within the prison walls.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 21, 2012
Even before Congress passed the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act in 2010, Bakersfield City School District began taking strides to make school meals more healthy and accessible, while increasing student exercise programs.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Aug 05, 2012
An unidentified gunman walked into a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., this morning while the service was in progress and shot and killed six members of the congregation and critically wounded three others. He was killed by a policeman.
Filamstar.net, News Report, Posted: Jul 30, 2012
The Filipino American community in Aurora is raising money to defray the hospitalization costs of a 17-year-old boy recovering in the intensive care unit of a Colorado hospital, after he was injured in the moving theater shooting rampage.
SF Public Press, News Report, Posted: Jul 22, 2012
San Francisco’s civil grand jury on Thursday chastised many of the city’s restaurants for profiting from surcharges they add to customers’ bills under the name of paying for health care, and recommended that the city ban the practice.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 21, 2012
States' voter ID requirements pose a daunting challenge to many -- especially to people of color.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Jul 02, 2012
A Pew study out last week says Indian Americans are the most educated of all ethnic groups in the United States, and the richest, as well.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 10, 2012
A crackdown last year on pro-democracy groups in Egypt has scared off many international aid donors.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Jun 06, 2012
New York Senator Michael Gianaris spoke with NAM about the “Voter Empowerment Act of New York," and why it matters for ethnic voters.
America's Wire, News Report, Posted: May 03, 2012
Leading social justice scholars believe that “unconscious bias” is what leads to negative racial stereotyping that can unknowingly prompt discriminatory actions and attitudes towards people of color.
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