Korea Daily/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jul 06, 2012
Korean elders in the U.S. increasingly find themselves without friends of family and dreading a “lone death,” such as Chun Cha Frank suffered during last year’s holidays.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jun 30, 2012
The Supreme Court may deserve a pat on the back for its health care decision, but it’s Medicaid ruling may well have kicked ethnic groups in the shins.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jun 29, 2012
Health policy expert Toni Miles, MD,PhD, praises the Supreme Court’s upholding of Medicaid’s expansion to protect the youngest and oldest Americans.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jun 28, 2012
Millions already benefiting from “Obamacare” and their advocates are hailing the Supreme Court ‘s decision to uphold the law. But battles lie ahead.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 24, 2012
Shared history and struggle were the fare at San Francisco’s First Youth First Annual Youth and Elders Brunch, kicking off the Trans March and Pride weekend.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Jun 22, 2012
Former hedge fund manager Krittibas Ray was sentenced June 15 to 65 months in prison for bilking his investors out of more than $3 million, under a plea deal he made with prosecutors.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 13, 2012
U.S. retirement is being squeezed by the recession, pension cuts and calls to reduce Social Security. Ethnic workers are especially at risk.
Twin Cities Daily Planet/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: May 30, 2012
Juanita Williams thought she was tough until Chuck got Alzheimer’s. Black caregivers often meet their biggest challenges between home and nursing home.
The Baltimore Sun/New America Media, News Report, Posted: May 29, 2012
Credit counselors and attorneys see an increasing number of elders seeking financial help and bankruptcy protection, often because of health care bills.
Twin Cities Daily Planet/New America Media, News Report, Posted: May 27, 2012
For one African American couple an Alzheimer’s diagnosis meant getting beyond the denial common in black families and finding support and understanding.
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