New York’s biggest Spanish language paper is hoping for fresh blood in the New York State legislature.
A group of Filipino lawyers is providing free legal clinics to help their community navigate a complicated immigration system.
Supporters of Francisco Moya stress respect for women in his campaign for the N.Y. Assembly. His opponent, Hiram Monserrate is attempting a comeback after being forced to leave the N.Y. State Senate after a conviction in a domestic case.
The Hispanic community in Port Richmond has welcomed increased police presence on Castleton and Port Richmond Avenues, the epicenter of recent hate crimes on Staten Island.
The Spanish-language daily has just published a series of reports on the recent wave of attacks on Mexican immigrants living on Staten Island.
The federal government is sending conflicting signals about its deportation policies. Recently, WNYC reported on the human side of deportation in a story about a couple snagged by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement Fugitive Operations team.
At a street fair in Queens, the multifaceted South Asian community came together for a celebration of art and music, but also to talk about pressing issues in their community like foreclosures and domestic violence.
A journalism website highlights well-written stories about immigration. But ethnic media coverage is left on the sidelines.
A federal injunction against parts of Arizona’s new immigration law leaves immigrants in New York and their supporters unsatisfied.
An uptick in illegal crossings by Polish immigrants highlights immigration issues along the northern U.S. border.