"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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Al-Manassah Al-Arabeyah Arabic briefs A communiqué from the Council of American-Islamic Relations, received by Al-Manassah Al Arabeyah, reports that a Muslim employee living in the state of Virginia...

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The Link English news Sonnia Lopez owned a farm in her native Ecuador. After immigrating to New York City, Lopez dreamed of continuing her life as a farmera dream she never imagined would come true. T...

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Pakistan Post Urdu edits A friend of the editors of Pakistan Post received a letter from Zubair Hanafi, which has been forwarded to me and I am including in this column. The letter bears an Aug. 15 p...

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Hoy Spanish news Almost half of all New Yorkers over five years old speak a language other than English at home, according to the latest census figures. Ligia Jaquez, Program Coordinator at the Census...

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Korea Daily Korean sports4 Some Korean-Americans are finding themselves in an awkward spot as they await the World Cup match between Korea and the United States on June 10. Although they will unq...

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NY Blade English news For gay and transgendered teens, Unger House and its parent organization, Green Chimneys, has given them a second chance at life. Many of the kids here have a triple-whammy, said...

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Amsterdam News English edits ABC has turned down $20,000 of advertising for Like It Is, for the same reason Like It Is in endangered the first place: Black access to the airwaves, Black content and Bl...

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Desi Talk English briefs In India, the rules for adoption vary for different communities. Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains are allowed to adopt under the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956....

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Forward English news Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), castigated the ACLU for running what he called an overzealous, excessive and extreme campaign against measur...

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