New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 29, 2012
The death of an Iraqi woman in El Cajon has left many in the community fearful of more such attacks.
The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, News Report, Posted: Mar 27, 2012
As Jews and Muslims in France join together in solidarity, Latin American imams and rabbis strengthen ties of communication and cooperation during upcoming mission to Washington D.C. today and tomorrow.
El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Posted: Mar 24, 2012
As the Pope visits Mexico this week, El Diario/La Prensa notes that Mexico doesn't have the same relationship with Pope Benedict XVI.
New America Media, Interview, Posted: Mar 18, 2012
Thomas Peele's "Killing the Messenger" tells the history of the organized crime operation responsible for the murder of Chauncey Bailey.
India West, News Report, Posted: Feb 24, 2012
Reports that Muslim students at several East Coast universities were the targets of investigation by the NYPD has sparked outrage.
Fronteras, News Report, Posted: Feb 17, 2012
In recent weeks, Catholic bishops across the country have turned to their congregations to pressure Obama to repeal his contraception rule. And since Latinos now make up about one-third of all Catholics in the U.S., they should be key players in that campaign.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jan 30, 2012
A growing taste for elephant meat in Thailand adds to the growing list of endangered animals winding up on people's plates.
Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2012
On Tuesday the New York Times reported that the New York Police Department showed nearly 1,500 of its officers “The Third Jihad,” a 72-minute documentary that casts Muslim Americans as ubiquitously engaged in “a strategy to infiltrate and dominate America.” It was the latest item in a growing list of revelations about the NYPD’s profiling and surveillance of Muslim Americans, and now it has prompted demands that the police commissioner, one of the city’s most powerful public figures, immediately step down.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 14, 2012
Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) joined several members of Congress, including the Chairman and top Democrat of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, in writing to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging the State Department to substantially improve its annual human rights reporting on Vietnam.
Eastern Group Publications, News Report, Posted: Jan 11, 2012
It's been three decades since Auxiliary Bishop Gabino Zavala, 60, led mass and religious functions at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in East Los Angeles, but his recent resignation and admission that he fathered two sons now living out of state has shocked faithful parishioners.
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