"Voices That Must Be Heard" Articles

The Independent Press Association (IPA) translates articles from the ethnic press (when necessary) and distributes them via web and fax newsletter to mainstream and ethnic press, government offices, nonprofits, and interested individuals. Voices That Must be Heard was designed by the Independent Press Association staff in New York City in response to the horrifying events of September 11. After Sept. 11th, Voices focused on the South Asian, Arab and Middle Eastern communities in New York. Since February 2002, the project has expanded, selecting articles from the broad range of ethnic and community newspapers throughout the city. Here, the Archive has preserved the Voices collection from its inception until November 2002.

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Mirror International English edits President Bush formalized his vision for America and the rest of the world in The National Security Strategy of the United States. In it, the United States reserves...

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The Indypendent English news The much-touted No Child Left Behind Act contains a little-known provision that allows military recruiters to get the inside scoop on high school students. Some students a...

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Irish Voice English news Irish bar owners are hopping mad about Mayor Bloombergs new proposal to ban smoking in bars and restaurants. Many bar and restaurant owners believe it will have a devastating...

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Korea Daily News Korean news In a local greengrocer or bodega, the sale of cigarettes can amount to as much as 20% of revenue. To counter the impact on the citys small stores, the Korean-American Smal...

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African Abroad English news The recent riots at the Miss World pageant in Nigeria have left even the most battle-hardened Nigerians wondering if the countrys constituent parts are dividing irretrievab...

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Al-Manassah Al-Arabeyah Arabic edits There is an organic relationship between the Arab communities and the mother country that cannot be ignored. Let us face it: the Arab nations have failed to recogn...

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Weekly Thikana Bangla news Leasing a candy store is a small but profitable venture; its appealing to more and more Bangladeshis. Now Bangladeshis lease, run and work in most of the candy stores around...

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Pakistan Post Urdu briefs Chartered flights took between 90 to 130 Pakistanis from New York to Louisiana, and eventually to Pakistan. One young man was not deported at the last moment, after a judge...

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Weekly Gleaner English Jamaicas Prime Minister J.P. Patterson has been here to raise money, so has opposition leader Edward Seaga. But they are not the only ones. Politicians from throughout the Cari...

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