Boston University Chinese Community Honors Marathon Victim Lu Lingzi

Boston University Chinese Community Honors Marathon Victim Lu Lingzi

Sampan, News Feature, Candice Chen, Posted: Apr 15, 2014

Biking and jogging along the track, Yao is preparing for her first marathon this month to honor the memories of bombing victim, Lu Lingzi.

Developer to Demolish 'Ground Zero Mosque'


Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

A New York City real estate developer has filed plans to raze the "Ground Zero mosque," a structure housing an Islamic community center just two blocks from the site of the September 11, 2001, attacks, city officials said Tuesday, April 8.


Foreword: Vietnam 40 Years Later


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Apr 06, 2014

As the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War approaches, photographer Robert Dodge offers us a compelling new view of Vietnam,

Obama Acknowledges Medal of Honor Heroes


Latino LA, News Report, Posted: Mar 24, 2014

esident Obama plans on establishing 24 belated awards of the Congressional Medal of Honor. Of these twenty-four awards, more than half will be to Latinos. Their stories are widely varied and unique by time and circumstances.


Russian Writer: Please, Let There Be No War


New America Media, Commentary, Sergey Kuznetsov, Posted: Mar 12, 2014

When I was a kid growing up in the Soviet Union, I spent a summer at camp and had a nightmare. War was coming.


Wounded Ukrainians Air-Lifted to Prague Hospitals


New America Media, Question & Answer, Zdenek Kratochvil, Posted: Mar 10, 2014

The Czech Republic has evacuated dozens of Ukrainians wounded in clashes to Prague hospitals since February.


Iraqi Gets a New Life, and Gender Identity, in America


PRI's The World, News Report, Monica Campbell, Posted: Mar 10, 2014

Salma is intersex, from Iraq, and worked with the U.S. military as an interpreter. She fled violence in Iraq and now lives in San Francisco.

First Asian American U.S. Marine Officer Dies At 88


Angry Asian Man, News Report, Posted: Mar 07, 2014

Major Kurt Chew-Een Lee, the first Asian American officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, who was decorated for his legendary service in the Korean War, has died this week at his home in Washington DC. He was 88.


Crisis Continues in Venezuela


VOXXI, News Report, Danielle Restuccia, Posted: Feb 26, 2014

Far from easing up, the political unrest in Venezuela seems to be intensifying.


Revolutions in Reverse


New America Media, Video, Jamal Dajani, Posted: Jan 22, 2014

Middle East expert Jamal Dajani spoke to NAM about the Arab Spring three years after Tunisia, and the humanitarian crisis gripping Syria.

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