The daughter of immigrants visits her parents during COVID-19, raising questions about the meaning of family.
The founder of Fi2W reflects on our organization’s quinceañera.
A look back at the team that produced our debut on public radio.
Leer en español In January 2018, 21-year-old Ivenneth Padilla said goodbye to Puerto Rico and to her family and friends. Hurricane Maria devastated her hometown of Orocovis, located in the center of the island, and completely changed her reality….
How NYPD Practices Make Immigrants of Color More Vulnerable to Deportation
The legal challenges facing communities that protect immigrants.
A message from Fi2W’s Executive Producer
Ethnic media reporters are told they have a crucial role in covering the fall campaign.
(*Post updated below.) Suffolk County, N.Y., the suburban Long Island area where a gang of teenagers — most of them white — are accused of killing Ecuadorian immigrant Marcelo Lucero last November, is described as a veritable hell for Latino…
Feet In 2 Worlds contributor Sooyeon Kim covered the immigration rallies that took place Friday in Manhattan. The earlier Madison Square Park rally, which featured a text messaging campaign, was attended by immigrants from many different backgrounds. Kim reports: Despite…