A Bloomberg administration official says the number of New Yorkers who have mailed back their completed census forms “is horribly low right now.”
After a decades-long fight, Filipinos who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in World War II see their claim recognized by the American government thanks to the Obama administration’s stimulus package.
After low participation in the 2000 Census, one Brooklyn neighborhood struggles to provide its predominantly Hispanic residents with basic services. Also: Reporter Annie Correal on The Brian Lehrer Show.
Dozens of human rights activists set out in a caravan from Phoenix to Washington D.C. to call attention to the criminalization of immigrants in Arizona.
Amid talk of statistics and maps of hard-to-count neighborhoods, guests on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show find time to show a little humor.
Fi2W launches its project on the Census with a radio piece and a live conversation on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show on hard-to-reach immigrant households.
The tragic earthquake and tsunami in their home country united dozens of Chilean immigrants in Arizona to share their sorrow and send aid to Chile.
If you want to make a living as a belly dancer, Detroit is the place to be, according to the latest radio piece by Fi2W and WDET reporter Martina Guzman.
Fewer and fewer Mexican migrants have left their country in the last couple of years to move to the United States, a study says.
Latino and immigrant families who have lost a child to violence formed their own Spanish-language support group in Phoenix.