Largest IRS Phone Scam Ever Targets Indian Americans
 

Largest IRS Phone Scam Ever Targets Indian Americans

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Posted: Mar 31, 2014

Scam artists claiming to be IRS officials have been systematically targeting Indian Americans and other South Asians.

 

Fil-Ams Cry Foul Over Lack of Pinoy Labor Leaders in Cesar Chavez Film

 

Balitang America, News Report, Steve Angeles, Posted: Mar 28, 2014

Filipino activists have been critical of the new Cesar Chavez biopic for ignoring the historical role of Filipino Americans in the farmworker movement.

 

Indie Rock Band Wins Over Toughest Critics: Their Immigrant Parents

 

KoreAm, News Feature, Steve Han, Posted: Mar 27, 2014

Performing on TV "gave us another year before our parents asked why we weren’t in law school," said Run River North singer Alex Hwang.

 

People On the ‘No Fly List’ Have a Right to Due Process

 

Arab American News, Op-ed, AAN Editorial Staff, Posted: Mar 26, 2014

As vacation season nears, many in the Arab community are looking to travel. But some may not be allowed to board a plane at all.

 

Over 100,000 African-American Parents Are Now Homeschooling Their Children

 

African American Images, Commentary, Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, Posted: Mar 09, 2014

African-American children who are homeschooled are scoring 30 to 40 percent above their counterparts who are taught in school.

 

Who Killed the Mayor?

 

Tri-State Defender, News Report, Kirsten West Savali, Posted: Mar 08, 2014

Suspicions of foul play swirl following the death of Chokwe Lumumba, a human rights activist who was elected mayor of Jackson, Miss. last June.

 

NCLR to Obama: Act Now, or Own ‘Deporter in Chief’ Legacy

 

Al Día, Editorial, Staff, Posted: Mar 06, 2014

NCLR leader Janet Murguía called on President Obama to stop deportations or face a shameful legacy.

 

Locked Out for Four Months, Workers Tell Kellogg: "Let Us Work"

 

Tri-State Defender, News Report, Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell, Posted: Feb 20, 2014

Local elected officials and clergy show support for more than 200 workers, locked out of their jobs at a Kellogg cereal plant near Memphis.

 

The Lone Filipino Winter Olympian

 

Rappler, News Report, Jane Bracher, Posted: Feb 11, 2014

Michael Christian Martinez is the sole representative of the Philippines at Sochi and the first to participate in the Winter Olympics in 22 years.

 

Queer Rights Activists in South Korea Step Up Efforts to Support LGBTQ Youth

 

KoreAm / New America Media, News Report, Hansook Oh, Posted: Feb 07, 2014

While the U.S. has seen great strides in LGBTQ rights, in South Korea, queer communities remain a very vulnerable minority group.

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