"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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Irish Echo English briefs After complaints from several Irish people, an East Village bar removed posters from its windows last Wednesday that used the Union Jack and the words Bloody Sundays for a B...

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Aramica English briefs The 68th Precinct paid a visit to the Islamic Society of Bay Ridge on the evening of Nov. 8. At a previous meeting held at the precinct for Imams, the council of the mosque inv...

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Jewish Week English news Controversy escalates over the continued housing competition between the Hasidic and Hispanic communities in Williamsburg. And IPA-member publication City Limits Weekly report...

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New York Carib News English edits Harry Belafonte voiced deeply a held feeling among whites and Blacks about Powell when he called the Secretary of State a house slave. Belafontes action may not have...

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India in New York English news In December, New York Citys unemployment rate jumped to 7.4 percent from 6.9 percent, as the number of jobs lost since the terrorist attacks passed 100,000. With the ec...

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Bukharian Times Russian edits Today, Jewish community activists from Rego Park, Forest Hills, and Lefrak City are alarmed because police have begun arresting no small number of young people from the B...

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World Journal Chinese news Advocates of low income and minority immigrants living in lower Manhattan, pointing out that money is still available, called on the September 11th charities to review all c...

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Jewish Week English briefs In Hebrew, Tuv Taam means good taste. But many of the kosher food companys workers say its most important product is bad faith. Last week, the 10-month-old labor confli...

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New York Beacon English news Well over 1,000 black, Latino, Asian and white people packed Rev. Herbert Daughtry's church to demand the U.S. government ''Wage War on Poverty and RacismNot on Iraq!'' Re...

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