NAM Radio: Democracy Now's Juan Gonzalez
 

NAM Radio: Democracy Now's Juan Gonzalez

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 28, 2011

The Co-Host of Democracy Now! tells NAM that race has been an integral part of American media since day one & ethnic journalists have, too.

 

NAM Radio: The German American Journey

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 25, 2011

Forty percent of Americans have at least 25 percent German ancestry -- but few know very much about Germany, its culture, food, and history.

 

NAM Radio: A Social History of Iranian Cinema

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 23, 2011

The first Iranian film ever was made at the turn of the 20th century and Professor Hamid Naficy is one of the few people ever to have seen it.

 

NAM Radio: Craig Thompson's Habibi

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 21, 2011

It looks like a holy book but Thompson's 672-page new graphic novel is anything but.

 

NAM Radio: A Guide to Occupy Wall Street

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 10, 2011

What is Occupy Wall Street and who is involved? Here is a primer, from someone in the midst of it all.

 

NAM Radio: The Theatre of Armenian Genocide

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 09, 2011

Night Over Erzinga is the adaptation of one Armenian American family's story.

 

NAM Radio: 10th Anniversary of the War in Afghanistan

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 07, 2011

October 7th marks exactly ten years since the war in Afghanistan began -- the longest war in U.S. history.

 

NAM Radio: Manufacturing Immigrant Hysteria in America

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 04, 2011

It's never been easy being different in America, what with all the scapegoating, surveillance and hysteria that surrounds "the other."

 

NAM Radio: The Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Oct 03, 2011

Most of us have little understanding of how Agent Orange came to be used in Vietnam & how it is still hurting people & the environment to this day.

 

NAM Radio: Zahra's Paradise & the Iran Election Protesters

 

New America Media, Audio, Shirin Sadeghi, Posted: Sep 30, 2011

Every time Iranians pour into the streets to protest, some of them disappear. This is the story of one young man & the struggle to learn what happened to him.

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