Cemetery Honors Vietnamese Who Fought Alongside U.S. Troops
 

Cemetery Honors Vietnamese Who Fought Alongside U.S. Troops

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Posted: Sep 16, 2014

Barred from national V.A. cemeteries, South Vietnamese veterans are establishing a resting place to honor their own.

 

THE HOME CARE REVOLUTION: Eldercare at the Crossroads

 

Sarasota Herald Tribune/New America Media , News Feature, Barbara Peters Smith, Posted: May 31, 2013

The emerging home care revolution means shorter hospital or nursing home stays, but could be personally and financially daunting for caregivers of aging parents.

 

Twin Papers Prove Power of Print for DC-Area South Asians

 

New America Media, Profile, Jessamine Price, Posted: Apr 09, 2013

Despite the recession, the editor of D.C.-area’s India This Week and Express India proves reader demand and his determination can sustain ethnic papers.

 

The ‘New Normal’ -- Calif. Youth Giving Up the Gun

 

New America Media, Video, Staff, Posted: Mar 04, 2013

While young people's attitudes toward guns vary by region and gender, most agree they are at the root of fear and insecurity on the street.

 

Don’t Get Carjacked in Maricopa County

 

New America Media/La Opinión, News Report, Valeria Fernández, Posted: Oct 21, 2012

For undocumented crime victims to qualify for a U-visa, where the crime occurs can be as critical as the case itself.

 

For Those in Poverty, City College a ‘Lifeline’

 

New America Media, First Person, Philip Standing Bear, Ingrid De Leon, V. Park Castro, Tony Robles, Posted: Oct 19, 2012

City College of San Francisco, under threat of possible closure, is a vital resource to many of the city's impoverished residents.

 

Haiti’s Homeless Fight Back

 

PRI's The World, News Report, Amy Bracken, Posted: Oct 18, 2012

Nearly three years after the Haiti earthquake, about 400,000 remain homeless. But these days, there’s some push-back.

 

KTSF-26 Producer: Chinese-American Voters in SF Want More Representation

 

New America Media, Audio, Hana Baba - KALW, Interview with Kwokshu Leung, Posted: Sep 29, 2012

In the first in a NAM-KALW weekly radio series, Kwokshu Leung of KTSF-26 explains the stakes for Chinese-American voters in San Francisco.

 

The Other Death Sentence: Aging and Dying in America’s Prisons

 

New America Media , News Feature, James Ridgeway, Posted: Sep 26, 2012

More than 100,000 Americans are destined to spend their final years in prison—the prison of old age behind bars. Here are some of their stories.

 

Immigrant Mothers--Living With a Heart Divided

 

New America Media/Enlace, News Feature, Norma De la Vega, Translated by Elena Shore, Posted: Sep 22, 2012

As women debate whether they can “have it all,” some have chosen to provide for their families at all costs, even if it means leaving their kids.

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