Q&A with Journalist and Podcast Host of Así Fue, Mónica Ortiz Uribe. The new show show explores experiences of immigrant and BIPOC journalists and the intersection of their personal and professional lives.
El extremismo de la derecha radical contra los latinos y el aumento de los tiroteos masivos han impulsado al grupo cultural más grande del estado a recurrir a la posesión de armas. Algunos están ansiosos por estar armados, pero sienten que tienen pocas opciones.
As extremist threat rises, Latino Texans say gun ownership is ‘matter of survival.’
Three years after its birth at the onset of the pandemic, Conecta Arizona has transformed into a multimedia news service and key resource for a Spanish-speaking border community which was long ignored by traditional media.
Through The Fake Green Cards Project, Philadelphia-based artists Xuan Liu and Youkun Zhou invite us to imagine a world where getting “papers” is not the nerve-wracking process it has become for many immigrants in the U.S. Producer Danya AbdelHameid reports on how their whimsical hand-drawn cards explore the meaning of the green card, spark conversations about the challenges of navigating the immigration system, and raise questions about what it means to belong in America.
Republican Lester Chang’s unexpected election win in Brooklyn raises questions about the future of Chinese American politics.
Writer and producer Boen Wang and his Chinese-born mom disagree on almost every political issue. Each suspects that the other has been “brainwashed”, because how else could they have such extreme views? In this personal piece, Boen unpacks the epistemology and history of the term brainwashing, and goes on an intimate exploration of his mom’s childhood and experiences in the U.S. to figure out what has actually shaped her political beliefs—and his own.
Both parties maintain that Latino voters are important to them. But across the country many Latinos say they feel alienated from the political process.
Post-9/11 Islamophobia triggered a mental health crisis among Muslims. Now, the shift toward seeking mental health care is happening at Islamic centers and mosques.