New America Media, Audio, Posted: May 25, 2010
After rebuilding their community in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Versailles is threatened by a planned toxic landfill
New America Media, Audio, Posted: May 24, 2010
Just as Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi was about to leave Iran after reporting there for BBC, NPR, and other news outlets, she was awoken by security officials who said they wanted to interrogate her. This began a nightmarish descent into the Iranian prison system chronicled in Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: May 23, 2010
In the summer of 2001 Peter Hessler traveled by car for 7000 miles along the Great Wall of China. He is the author of Country Driving: A Journey Through China from Farm to Factory
New America Media, Audio, Posted: May 21, 2010
Margaret Regan talks about her book The Death of Josseline, Mai der Vang and Anthony Advincula join Ethnic Media Watch.
New America Now, News Report, Posted: May 14, 2010
Roxana Saberi talks about her experience in an Iranian prison, Peter Hessler goes Country Driving in China.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: May 11, 2010
Author James Gavin talks about his book Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne. Though Lena Horne was a groundbreaking African American film and musical star, she paid a huge personal price in a life marked by triumph and tragedy.
New America Media, Video, Posted: May 08, 2010
Regina Reyes of ABS-CBN International-The Filipino Channel explains why Filipino American voters don't want this Monday's presidential elections in the Philippines postponed -- despite technical malfunctions with the country's computerized voting machines.
New America Now, Audio, Posted: May 07, 2010
This week on New America Now: Author Isabel Allende discusses her latest novel, Island Beneath the Sea. Her first novel in four years is an addictive stew of race, sex, magic, and realism set in eighteenth century Haiti.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Apr 23, 2010
This week on New America Now: Odette Keeley with headlines from New America Media, Valeria Fernandez and Stan Washington on Ethnic Media Watch, Budd Mackenzie talks about girls education in Afghanistan, Cuban scientist Umberto Rios looks at Cuban agriculture, and Curators Melissa Rinne and Alan Pate tell the story of "doll diplomacy" between the US and Japan.
New America Now, Audio, Posted: Apr 22, 2010
Parvez Sharma is a New York based Indian writer and filmmaker who is best known for his film on gay and lesbian Muslims in the Middle East, A Jihad for Love. He tells of his travels through transsexual bars and hidden lives as these people fear for their lives.
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