The second in our series of recorded conversations between immigrant women food entrepreneurs.
A photo essay that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
NYC has about 25-thousand street vendors, nearly half are women.
Two New Web Series Highlight Immigrant Elders’ Home Cooking
Moonstruck: Food soothes the angry beast In Moonstruck, Loretta (Cher) uses cappuccino and steak to make peace with her fiancé’s wild-eyed brother Ronny (played by Nicholas Cage) and convince him to come to her wedding. “We’ll make this one bloody,”…
What happens when you bring together women food entrepreneurs from different generations and different ethnic backgrounds to talk about food, business, and flavor? Feet in 2 Worlds wanted to find out, so we paired five veteran New York City restaurateurs…
Beauty, self-confidence and “fitting in” to American culture are factors for black women immigrants when they choose their hair style.
Despite rapid economic development, Anburajan says India’s traditional attitudes about the role of women have not caught up.
A new report shows that immigrant women are much more likely to be entrepreneurs than U.S.-born women, a trend especially visible over the last decade.
FI2W’s Valeria Fernandez acted as moderator for the Third Annual Bill Green Forum on low-income working women and economic inequality.