Category: Audio

AudioStories

‘What I Carried’ Volume Three: Romanian Records, and a Lebanese Family Cookbook

Using sound, photography and text, stories about immigrants from our collaboration with Cowbird.

AudioStories

‘What I Carried’ Volume Two: Little Italy, and the Family Milkshake Machine

The second installment of our Cowbird multimedia series examining personal objects with special meaning to immigrants.

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‘What I Carried’ – A New Collection of Immigration Stories From Fi2W and Cowbird

Through sound, text and photography, a new series examines personal objects with special meaning to immigrants.

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Immigrants Tune in to Sounds From Home Using Cell Phones

Voices of New York reports on ZenoRadio, which provides access to more than 2,000 radio stations from around the world.

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Natural Hair Gaining Popularity Among African-American & Black Immigrant Women, Except at Work

Black women say they continue to struggle when it comes to having natural hairstyles accepted in the corporate workplace.

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Fi2W on the Radio: Having an Accent – Burden or Opportunity for Hispanic Actresses?

Fi2W’s Sara Loscos reports on PRI’s The World.

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Could Voters in a Heavily Hispanic District Elect the First Arab-American to the New York City Council?

Zead Ramadan could make history, but is considered an underdog in the race in upper Manhattan.

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Audio postcard: An Irish Pub in the Heart of Brooklyn’s 8th Avenue Chinatown

Listen to the sounds of Brooklyn’s Soccer Tavern, an 84-year-old bar with deep immigrant roots.

AudioStories

Podcast: Mexican Youth in New York Drop Out in Record Numbers

High poverty rates, language barriers, immigration status, and trouble accessing financial aid for college are among the contributing factors.

AudioStories

French-Vietnamese DJ Works to Expand Jamaican Sound System Culture in New York

DJ Quoc Pham has built a tower of sound that will shake you to your core.