New America Media

at 209 9th St, Fl 2nd, San Francisco, 94103 United States

http://newamericamedia.org | New America Media is the country's first and largest national collaboration and advocate of 2000 ethnic news organizations. Visit http://newamericamedia.org New America Media, founded in 1997 by the nonprofit Pacific News Service, is the first and largest network of ethnic news organizations in the United States. NAM operates as a multi-media content producer and aggregator, a media organizer and marketer, and an incubator of youth-led communications projects in underserved communities. Our mission is to build inclusive journalism and communications to serve the news and information needs of an increasingly diverse global society. In a highly fractured media landscape, we are developing new collaborative models linking ethnic media with each other, with mainstream news outlets and with “new” public service media projects to generate reporting none of these sectors could do on their own and to magnify public awareness of social justice issues.


New America Media
209 9th St, Fl 2nd
San Francisco , CA 94103
United States
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P: (415) 503-4170
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#LEBANON - Former Miss USA Rima Fakih has finally tied the knot in Lebanon to music producer Wassim Salibi on Sunday, May 15. The star-studded event included attendance by R&B singer The Weeknd, Rapper French Montana and Lebanese Singers Haifa Wehbi and Wael Kfoury. Fakih’s marriage caused controversy in the Muslim community as she had reportedly converted to Christianity before her wedding.#islam #christianity

Published New America Media on 2016-05-16 20:26:40 GMT

President Obama is under growing pressure to insist on real improvements in human rights during his visit to Vietnam which begins on May 23. Top American newspapers have added their voices to those of influential congressmen who are demanding the release of political prisoners. #obama #vietnam #armssales #humanrightsabuse #hanoi #formosa #protest

Published New America Media on 2016-05-16 17:46:04 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO--Kicking off his statewide tour to promote California’s Health for All Kids program, the new law’s author, State Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, said undocumented parents should set their fears aside and enroll their children in the program. The legislation would expand the state’s health insurance program for low-income people.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-14 22:18:17 GMT

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Parks throughout Los Angeles County have relied on local, voter-approved funding for over 20 years, but those green spaces are currently in a financial rut. Los Angeles County parks, including the 162 parks in Long Beach, are set to lose their only source of dedicated local funding in coming years. But the need for park spaces throughout the county is now greater than ever as the population grows and neighborhood density increases. #park #recreation

Published New America Media on 2016-05-14 19:56:19 GMT

MANILA, Philippines--More than 11 hours after the precincts closed on Monday afternoon #Manila time for the Philippine Presidential elections, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo #Duterte has widened his lead against other presidential aspirants, #Philippines

Published New America Media on 2016-05-10 21:52:16 GMT

RSVP: Newsmaker Event in L.A. : Launch of Medi-Cal For All Kids

Published New America Media on 2016-05-10 18:40:24 GMT

In an editorial titled #NuncaTrump (#NeverTrump), editors of La Opinión write that it is still possible to stop Donald Trump, who is now the presumed presidential candidate of the Republican Party, from becoming president of the United States

Published New America Media on 2016-05-11 17:03:41 GMT

Toronto - Followers of Islamic State (IS) or Al Qaeda may never admit it, but the election victory of Sadiq Khan as mayor of a city as great — and in their eyes Islamophobic — as London was a slap in the face.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-17 02:51:52 GMT

Meanwhile, in the Pacific Northwest we're talking about anti-Indian bigotry. "As has occurred far too many times during conflicts over tribal fishing, some non-Indians opposing treaty rights have called for violence against Native people. In a particularly disturbing example, Mike Benoit of Homer, Alaska, and formerly Bainbridge Island, Washington, writes of tribal fishers, “Disgusting. Should be hung by there necks. And left to rot!!”" There are many more examples and much information in the article below....(NOTE: FOR SOME REASON IT TAKES A WHILE FOR THE ARTICLE TO DOWNLOAD...BE PATIENT...IT WILL APPEAR)

Published Randy Gould on 2016-05-16 21:51:58 GMT

MUMBAI — Four singles, four Goafest Advertising Awards, over 10 million views and an honorary Webby Award: India’s first #transgender band, the Brooke Bond Red Label 6 Pack Band, has been quite a force on the Internet and off it for some months. And with its fifth single, “Ae Raju,” Hrithik Roshan, has joined forces with them. #india #entertainment #sexuality #lgbt

Published New America Media on 2016-05-16 21:50:10 GMT

NAM Ethnic Media Briefing: Saving Money on Utilities and Understanding Local Utilities Rates

Published New America Media on 2016-05-16 21:45:11 GMT

The story of Xiaoxing Xi will appear on a CBS 60 Minutes interview with Bill Whitaker at 7 p.m. ET/PT tonight, detailing the false accusation against Xi and other Chinese Americans of espionage-related crimes against the U.S. for China’s economy. Xi was accused of sharing superconductor technology with Chinese scientists, when in fact he was working with a separate, self-developed device with no economic value. Neither was it proprietary, says the CBS report.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-15 21:28:46 GMT

she might be the oldest woman to give birth in human history.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-14 20:39:15 GMT

As the Fort McMurray emergency passes, those without housing and citizenship status face an uncertain future. Over 160 temporary foreign workers from Fort McMurray came together at an emergency meeting Monday night to discuss issues of status and access to services. The workers were among the close to 90,000 evacuated last Tuesday when a fire burned through the Northern Alberta town closest to the oil sands.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-14 16:20:02 GMT

In our country, the mechanisms of democratic process have ALWAYS been under attack by the Few. A lot of people fought long and hard for the right of all citizens to voice their mind at the polls - and a lot have died in the struggle. Today, we have to fight those battles all over again. The one thing we can't do, must not do is NOT VOTE. But beyond that, we've got to work together to stop the robbery that today's Few, from SCOTUS on down, are busy commiting. New America Media is a leader in this struggle; that's why I'm supporting them.

Published Juan Pedro José Gaffney on 2016-05-14 01:51:22 GMT

Voting Rights At Risk: State by State, Communities Push Back Against Voter Restrictions | New America Media Weekly Newsletter

Published New America Media on 2016-05-14 00:05:40 GMT

Amid the fear and confusion around voter suppression, voting rights advocates are sounding a message of hope and determination.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-13 21:45:04 GMT

Four journalists filed complaints Tuesday against the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department, charging they were intimidated and unlawfully roughed up while attempting to report on a May 6 protest at City Hall. #sfpd #cityhall #violence #media

Published New America Media on 2016-05-12 21:37:05 GMT

DALLAS--For the past five years, Jan Draper has rarely left the side of her husband, Gary, who has Alzheimer’s disease. The full-time caregiving has taken a physical and emotional toll.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-12 15:05:33 GMT

NAM editor and Vietnamese American writer Andrew Lam, will be at the Koret Auditorium at the Public Library in San Francisco to talk about his work, literature and the renaissance of Southeast Asian American arts. It's on May 25th, 2016, at the Koret auditorium. 6-7:30 pm. Open to public.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-11 17:33:12 GMT

Hispanic millennials are turning their backs on #Spanglish—a slang that mixes English-language norms into Spanish—and instead opting for proper American English. “The typical trend is that the first [generation] prefers to speak Spanish, the second generation is bilingual, and the third generation is generally monolingual,” Jody Agius Vallejo, an associate professor of sociology at USC who studies immigrant integration told the Los Angeles Times. #milennials

Published New America Media on 2016-05-10 21:38:47 GMT

(Special from NorthStarNews Today) – Ex-convicts have a difficult time getting jobs once they are released from jail or prison because of their involvement in the criminal justice system. But jobs and other social service-support systems that are key to stabilizing their lives so they don’t return to crime are scarce and disappearing.

Published New America Media on 2016-05-09 19:47:57 GMT

NAM Invites You For Newsmaker Event: Join Sen.Lara in Los Angeles For Launch of Medi-Cal For All Kids- May 13

Published New America Media on 2016-05-10 18:38:05 GMT

Witness To Fatal SFPD Shooting / Do Mexico's Elite Favor Trump? | New America Media Weekly Newsletter

Published New America Media on 2016-05-09 21:03:22 GMT

Bayan Zehlif is a Muslim high school student at Los Osos High School in California, and like most high school students, she was excited to get her yearbook. When she turned to the page that held her photo, she was shocked to see that she had been identified as "Isis Phillips." #isis #education #racism #yearbook #hatecrime