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Conference Focuses on Implicit Bias and Social Justice

Conference Focuses on Implicit Bias and Social Justice

New America Media, News Report, Claudia Gonzalez and Nayoon Jin, Posted: Jun 08, 2015

Social justice experts and advocates gathered in Oakland, Calf. to learn about the latest research into implicit bias and its impact on criminal justice.
In Anti-Discrimination Suit, Haiping Su Took on Big Gov and Won

In Anti-Discrimination Suit, Haiping Su Took on Big Gov and Won

New America Media, Commentary, George Koo, Posted: Feb 19, 2015

Dr. Haiping Su was a victim of racial profiling and he sued the United States government and NASA for smearing his reputation.
Messages in a Bottle: Listening to an Old Answering Machine

Messages in a Bottle: Listening to an Old Answering Machine

New America Media, First Person, Andrew Lam, Posted: Jan 01, 2015

Listening to it, I searched my memories -- I tried to probe into that young immigrant's life. What kind of person was he, really? How did he feel? That is to say, who was I?

Mangalyaan Mission to Mars and Isro's 'Rocket Women'

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Posted: Oct 02, 2014

When we think about space, whenever we think about science, we think about Vikram Sarabhai or Homi Bhabha or Satish Dhawan. Serious men in suits. Not women in sari.

Status Insanity: Why the iPhone Is the Perfect Status Symbol

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Posted: Sep 16, 2014

The iPhone is a status symbol. But it's a revolutionary status symbol. Unlike that Birkin bag, it's a status symbol with really cool whiz bang upgrade-able features.

Comcast Executive VP Touts Broadband Program for Low-Income Families

New America Media, Video, Peter Schurmann, Video by Ann Basette, Posted: Sep 11, 2014

Now in its fourth year, Comcast's Internet Essentials program has connected 1.4 million low-income Americans to broabdband Internet.

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Q&A: Creating Access to STEM Education for Students of Color

Q&A: Creating Access to STEM Education for Students of Color

New America Media, Question & Answer, Anna Challet, Posted: Jan 29, 2014

The Level Playing Field Institute hosts hackathons to expose minority students to computer science.
Blaming ‘Techies’ for Housing Crisis Misses Bigger Picture

Blaming ‘Techies’ for Housing Crisis Misses Bigger Picture

New America Media, Commentary, Jay Rooney, Posted: Dec 06, 2013

Tech workers are easily blamed for the Bay Area's housing and gentrification issues, but there are larger forces at play.
Youth ‘Hackathon’ Offers Glimpse of Tech Industry’s Future

Youth ‘Hackathon’ Offers Glimpse of Tech Industry’s Future

New America Media, News Report, Jay Rooney, Posted: Nov 20, 2013

Bay Area youth provided a snapshot of what society stands to gain from a more inclusive tech industry.

The Next Wave in Photography -- Drones

New America Media, News Report, Asha DuMonthier, Posted: Aug 13, 2013

Jason Lam, owner of San Francisco’s first personal drone shop, says the aerial crafts could just be the most exciting wave in the field of digital photography.

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 Prejudice, or Overly Sensitive?

Prejudice, or Overly Sensitive?

Singtao, News Report, Posted: Jun 24, 2015

Huang claimed that the only reason he wasn’t rehired while he was declared innocent was the fact that he was born in China. “It is a violation of my natural rights,” Huang noted..

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