Filipino reporters Cristina DC Pastor and Erwin De Leon give their take on the voluntary “outing” of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas as an undocumented immigrant.
The Fi2W podcast was the top story Wednesday on New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth program.
Listen to reporter Von Diaz’s radio story about young gay immigrants in New York, and the difficulties they face coming out to their families.
By several measures, immigrant blacks are outpacing African-Americans in higher education. In this podcast reporter Martha St. Jean looks at the impact this has had on relations between different groups of black students.
As a guest on the Michael Eric Dyson Show, Fi2W’s Erwin De Leon talked about the remaining barriers to equal rights faced by bi-national gay couples.
Two sisters who are observant Muslims left Turkey as teenagers to attend school in New York where, they say, they have found an environment that is more accepting of their religious practice.
Young activists are revealing their undocumented status online and at public events in a state-by-state campaign for immigrant rights.
Ewa’s story on how immigrants are bringing back the New York tradition of pigeon tending reaches a national radio audience on PRI’s daily news show.
Faced with limited resources a New York City high school for immigrant teenagers faces a tough choice on where to spend its money.
What led Governor Andrew Cuomo to pull NY out of the controversial immigration enforcement program? What does New York’s decision mean for the Obama administration’s immigration policies?