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‘Ending Ageism’ Author Tells Readers ‘How Not to Shoot Old People’

‘Ending Ageism’ Author Tells Readers ‘How Not to Shoot Old People’

By Paul Kleyman Editor’s note: New America Media’s former Ethnic Elders Editor Paul Kleyman has admired Brandeis University scholar Margaret Morganroth Gullette’s tenacity in exposing the pernicious effects of ageism in her five books and many articles for the New York Times, The Nation and others. Kleyman, who provided a complimentary blurb for her new […]

Trump’s Imminent Withdrawal from the Iran Deal Will Endanger the World

Trump’s Imminent Withdrawal from the Iran Deal Will Endanger the World

By William O. Beeman President Trump is about to take action that will withdraw the United States from the “Iran Nuclear Deal”. On October 15, Trump will reportedly “decertify” American participation in this historical agreement. This action is dangerous. This action will endanger the world. It will erode American credibility with both allies and enemies, […]

Economic Mysteries

By Isaac Cohen* As in theology, there are also mysteries in economics. The difference is that in theology there is a Supreme Arbiter who can ultimately solve any mystery, while many economic mysteries remain unsolved. For instance, for the first time since the Great Recession of 2008, the most advanced economies are growing moderately. However, […]

Music Brings Healing, Comfort to the Dying

Music Brings Healing, Comfort to the Dying

By JoAnn Mar, Posted SAN FRANCISCO–Hospitals are not the most relaxing places for people nearing the end of life. The intensive-care units, lobbies and hospital wards are full of glaring bright lights and institutional noises. In this stressful environment, music can be the great equalizer. The soothing sounds can bring peace and calmness. Music can […]

Beyond the Bay: ‘Edge of Youth Culture’ Shifting to Outer Suburbs

Beyond the Bay: ‘Edge of Youth Culture’ Shifting to Outer Suburbs

By Peter Schurmann and Anna Challet SAN FRANCISCO — Imani Lopez is 17. She’s an aspiring writer, with interests ranging from poetry to screenwriting, and she eventually wants to make it to Hollywood. But for now she’s working two jobs while going to school full time, and helping to raise two younger sisters and a […]

Senator Sanders Statement on Trump Tax Plan

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 – Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement after President Donald Trump and Republican congressional leaders released their plan for tax reform Wednesday morning: “At a time of massive wealth and income inequality, President Trump’s tax plan is morally repugnant and bad economic policy. The last thing we should be doing […]

Good Performance

By Isaac Cohen* In those terms, last week, Chair Janet Yellen of the central bank described the US economic performance, with growth at around 2 percent, unemployment at 4.4 percent in August and still low inflation, at less than the target of 2 percent, before the onslaught of three hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico […]

Senator Sanders Statement on Failure of Graham-Cassidy Bill

WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 – Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) issued the following statement Tuesday after Senate Republicans announced there would not be a vote on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act before the Sept. 30budget reconciliation deadline: “Today, the American people won a major victory. We have stopped another disastrous Republican proposal which would have […]

SUCCEED Act Offers a Possible Solution for Dreamers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Sens. Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina), James Lankford (R-Oklahoma) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) introduced the SUCCEED Act. The bill would give certain young undocumented immigrants the opportunity to earn legal status if they meet specific requirements, pass an extensive criminal background check and then maintain gainful employment, earn a postsecondary or vocational […]

Deportations in the Dark: Lack of Process and Information in the Removal of Mexican Migrants

Washington D.C. – Today, the American Immigration Council releases “Deportations in the Dark: Lack of Process and Information in the Removal of Mexican Migrants,” a special report that analyzes behavioral patterns of United States immigration authorities during the apprehension, custody, and removal of Mexican migrants. Based on new survey data and testimonies collected by the […]

How Many Are We?

By Isaac Cohen* By Congressional mandate, from September 15 to October 15, is the National Hispanic Heritage Month and the US Census Bureau issues a set of figures on the Hispanic minority. https://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/newsroom/facts-for-features/2017/cb17-ff17.pdf • As of July 1, 2016, the Hispanic population of the United States reached 57.5 million, equivalent to 17.8 percent of the […]