Communities

Stories organized by national and regional communities of origin.

Latin America to U.S.: Tsk-Tsk

Miami is sometimes half-jokingly called “the capital of Latin America,” for its concentration of Latin American expats, Latin American corporation headquarters and even vacation homes for the region’s richest. No wonder then that both Senators John McCain and Barack Obama…

Haitians in South Florida: “Wi Nou Kapab” (Yes, We Can)

This story is by Macollvie Jean-François, a Haitian-American news reporter with the Sun Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale. On a recent Thursday night at a Haitian restaurant near Fort Lauderdale, Karl Heintz held court at a table where he sat with…

News Analysis: What do Arab Americans Want?

This article was written by Antoine Faisal, publisher of the Arab American newspaper Aramica. He was part of a group of ethnic media journalists who covered the Democratic National Convention in Denver under the sponsorship of Feet in Two Worlds…

Feet in 2 Worlds' Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska on WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show

Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska, Feet in 2 Worlds reporter and journalist with New York’s Nowy-Dziennik (Polish Daily News), appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show this morning as part of Brian’s daily series this week with immigrant journalists covering the Democratic National Convention….

Indians and Jews Partner on U.S – India Civil Nuclear Deal

In recognition that the real deal-making at the party conventions happens not in the spotlight of primetime but in the backrooms off the convention hall, a morning breakfast yesterday between Indian and Jewish Americans underscored the role both groups hope…