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Spotlight on Ethnic Media

It Matters Who Tells the Story

Feet in 2 Worlds, the journalistic project that has brought hundreds of immigrant voices and stories to all Americans.

‘Invisibility is Not a Superpower’ — Indian Country Today Re-emerges as a National Platform for Native Americans

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting has announced a $500,000 grant to support Indian Country Today, just four years after the paper shut its doors.

High Stakes for Black, Indigenous Voters in Colombia Elections

For Afro Colombian and Indigenous communities in Colombia, Gustavo Petro's campaign represents "the only hope" they have had after decades of violence.

History, Culture Inform Asian American Perspectives on Gun Control

Discussions around gun control legislation too often leave out the voice of immigrant communities that are increasingly being targeted in mass shootings.

For Orange County Shooter, ‘China Dream’ Fed Into Personal Rage

Editor’s Note: On Sunday a 68-year-old man opened fire in a church in Orange County, California, killing one and wounding several others. Both the...

For Filipinos, a ‘Newly Awakened Civic Consciousness’ in Wake of Marcos Win

The election victory of Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines has raised alarm bells over the potential slide of the Southeast Asian nation into autocracy.

A Woman’s Choice Not to Publish

For India Currents publisher Vandana Kumar, the leaked SCOTUS opinion brought back memories of an earlier experience involving a woman’s right to choose.

Q&A: ‘For Ukraine, From Overseas Vietnamese with Love’

Shortly after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the largest Vietnamese broadcaster outside Vietnam launched a campaign to aid refugees from the war.

California Black Media Brings New Lens to Sacramento Shootings

The shootings reflect what is happening in Black neighborhoods across California and embody two principal concerns, crime and gun violence.

As Disinformation Spreads, California Ethnic Media Overcome Pandemic Losses to Inform Communities

A new EMS survey shows ethnic media in CA remain resilient despite serious financial challenges from the pandemic.

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