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November 16, 2007

Ask Manuel Vásquez...
After watching Bill Moyers' interview with sociologist and religious scholar Manuel Vásquez, do you have further questions about immigration policy? What are the current options on the table? What would his ideal program look like?
Immigration Timeline
View an interactive timeline of immigration in America.
Manuel A. Vásquez
A different take on immigration from sociologist and religious scholar Manuel Vásquez.
Media Consolidation: A primer on making your opinion heard
Media Consolidation: A primer on making your opinion heard by Rick Karr.
Topic(s): blog, media
Media Ownership Rules
The FCC Chairman is poised to relax rules — get the latest.
Recovery Gone Wrong?
THE JOURNAL profiles a group known as the Steps Coalition, which is fighting on behalf of families who are still in need of housing, and examines what's happened to the money Congress sent to rebuild.
Return to Sender
What you can do to limit your catalog mail load and to help conserve natural resources.
Turkey Creek: Preview and Q & A with Filmmaker Leah Mahan
Find out more about a historic black village devastated by Katrina. And watch a special preview of a documentary on Turkey Creek, Mississippi.
November 9, 2007

Capital Punishment in Perspective
Get facts and figures on the death penalty around the globe.
Dominique Green: In his own words
View an excerpt from an interview Dominique gave while on death row, where he spent 11 years before execution. In this clip, he discusses his home life, specifically his mother:
Historian Thomas Cahill
Bill Moyers interviews best-selling historian Thomas Cahill in a far ranging interview that takes viewers from the Coliseum in Rome to death row in Texas and examines what our attitudes toward cruelty can tell us about who we are as Americans.
Pakistan in Peril?
Bill Moyers on the unrest in the streets of America's ally.
The Tale of Dominque Green
Find out more about Dominique Green, arrested at age 18, executed at 30 in Texas in 2004.
November 2, 2007

Is the Internet the antidote to media consolidation? by Rick Karr
Correspondent Rick Karr on the Internet's role in the modern media landscape.
Katherine Newman on The Missing Class
Moyers interviews Katherine S. Newman, author of THE MISSING CLASS: PORTRAITS OF THE NEAR POOR IN AMERICA, about the millions of near-poor in America, who are just one disaster away from poverty.
Minority Media
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL reports on the real-world consequences of media policy through the lens of how it affects minority media ownership in America.
News Polarization & Ethnic Media
Does news coverage from specific ethnic media outlets for specific ethnic groups contribute to the polarization of the news? Do ethnic media serve their communities in ways the mainstream media can’t? If so, how?
Topic(s): blog, media, race
Takin' It To the Streets -- A Bill Moyers Essay
Bill Moyers asks why the news media is overlooking today's protestors
Topic(s): Iraq, journalism, Vietnam, war
The Missing Class
Do you have stories of “missing” individuals and families? How is this class represented in your community?
The S-CHIP Debate
Debate over the reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program.
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