"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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Poleznaya Gazette Russian edits It?s widely believed that only ignoramuses, loafers and the unsuccessful return to their parents? empty nest after college. The last census, however, shows that this st...

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Sada-e-Pakistan NY Urdu briefs According to a report published by the Social Security Administration (SSA) Inspector General James G. Huse, Jr.s office, one out of every 12 foreign-born people in the...

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Hoy Spanish news This agreement provides deli owners with the opportunity to rectify their relationships with workers and comply with the law, said New York State Attorney General Elliott Spitzer of t...

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India Abroad English briefs Sorry, no press allowed, said the man outside Shaan restaurant. The event was a cocktail and dinner party in honor of Gov. George Pataki, seeking a third term in the No...

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New York Beacon English news The Gramercy Park Trust faces a lawsuit by Black and Latino students at Washington Irving High School, their parents, some teachers, and Mr. O. Aldon James, president of...

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Daily Challenge English edits At a moment when so much of the world decries the shockingly senseless, destructive militarism of the Israeli state and demands protection of the sacred human rights of P...

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Yedioth-Ahronot Hebrew edits No Israeli could have been drunk enough to attend the anti-Israeli fundraising evening that took place on Sunday at the Knitting Factory club in SoHo. On the invitation wa...

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Indian Express (North American Edition) English news He insisted on retaining his turban and beard for religious reasons. And for that, 25-year-old Amric Singh Rathour, a rookie Sikh cop, had to pay w...

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Bangla Patrika Bangla news Humayun Azad, controversial author, famous feminist, and professor of Bengali at Dakha University, came to New York to open the 11th Bangladeshi Book Fair on April 21. This...

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