Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Oct 03, 2011
Financial Planner Pleads Guilty to Stealing Millions from Elderly
Runta/New America Media, Profile, Posted: Oct 02, 2011
After leaving his job eight years ago, Omar Abatiyow Mohamed, now 84, began helping other Somalis in Seattle gain the dignity of a proper and affordable burial.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Sep 22, 2011
Privatization of social security could devastate the millions who rely solely on it to survive.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Sep 21, 2011
Medicare and Medicaid cuts in the President’s budget plan aims to spread the “pain” fairly, but does pinching the rich equal less accessible care for the rest of us?
Equal Voice, News Feature, Posted: Sep 16, 2011
The recovery has been more like quicksand for Older Hispanics, whose homes are financially “under water” and jobs are more scarce than for younger workers.
Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Sep 12, 2011
Four people or entities have announced they will appeal the long-awaited $3.4 billion settlement of Cobell v. Salazar, prompting head-shaking from a group representing Navajo allottees. "I don't understand why these people didn't opt out of the case when they had the chance," said Ervin Chavez, president of Shi Shi Keyah, speaking of the appellants.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 09, 2011
Residents of a homeless shelter in California watched Obama's jobs speech & wondered what it meant for them & the millions of other unemployed Americans.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 05, 2011
"Ten years is an epoch, but our hearts remain as black as charcoal," said the mother of Jun-koo Kang, who died at the World Trade Center on 9/11.
The Atlantic, News Feature, Posted: Sep 03, 2011
Assisted and independent living residents struggling with loneliness are learning how to use -email, Facebook and Twitter to reconnect with old friends
San Francisco Bayview, News Report, Posted: Sep 02, 2011
My mother, who was incarcerated in 1991, is diagnosed with fourth stage terminal cancer. She is severely incapacitated.
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