Ethnic NewsWatch Adds Titles

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Ethnic NewsWatch Adds Titles


Ethnic NewsWatch (ENW), newspapers and magazines of the ethnic and minority press - offered in full-text on CD-ROM and online - continues to expand. Recent releases of Ethnic NewsWatch contain over 118,000 complete articles from more than 100 publications. SoftLine Information will continue to add titles through 1994. New titles that have been added so far in the second half of 1994 are mainly magazines and journals which expand the content and scope of the database.

Among the recently added titles are:

* Abya Yala News - news and analysis relating to indigenous issues in Meso and South America from indigenous peoples' perspectives * Asian American Press - a newspaper published in St. Paul, Minnesota, which covers issues of the Asian American community with particular focus on the Chinese-American community and culture * Black Issues in Higher Education - the only national professional publication covering news affecting minorities and major issues in higher education in the U.S. * Black Professional - America's premier magazine devoted exclusive1y to career development for black professionals * Cherokee Observer - published in Oklahoma and the only independent Cherokee newspaper, covers many issues of the Cherokee nation * Community Contact - Montreal's leading business and cultural newspaper with a black perspective * Filipinas - the only nationally circulated Filipino American monthly magazine * Forward - a lively, challenging journal of Jewish culture and politics, offering comprehensive coverage of world and national news, as well as the largest cultural section of any newspaper of its kind * German Life - dedicated to German and German-American culture, arts, travel, and food, sharing both new and historical perspectives * Health Quest - this magazine of black wellness takes a holistic approach to healing, addressing issues ranging from poverty to racism to alternative forms of healing, while probing more traditional health care concerns like diet, disease, and exercise * Hispanic Engineer - a magazine devoted to science and technology and to promoting opportunities in those fields for Hispanic Americans * India Abroad - incisive coverage and analysis of political, social, and business news from India and other South Asian countries, as well as U. …

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