Food, Borders and Belonging – The Detroit Issue
Life After Maria: Puerto Rico, Climate Change and Migration
Immigrants, Food and America’s Culture Wars
Is it Safe Here? Redefining Sanctuary in the Trump Era
Democracy from the Ground Up: Young Immigrants and the 2016 Election
Sustainable Traditions: Immigrants in Today’s Food Culture
United By Faith
Coming to the Table
Redefining the American Dream
Call for stories
Radio + Podcasts
Arts + Culture
Food in 2 Worlds
Detroit Food Journalism Fellows
Jambalaya and Jollof Rice: 2 Dishes and the History of Forced African Migration
Reporter Kayla Stewart's journey of discovery in Ghana and the U.S.
Something About It Represents Home – The Fi2W Podcast
Audio stories that connect family, identity, history and food.
If I Don’t Call Myself Brown, What Do I Call Myself? – The Fi2W Podcast
A conversation with Nik Sharma, interviewed by Kathy Gunst.
How Food Journalism Can Be A Force For Change
A conversation about journalism ethics and activism.
A Halal Restaurant Helps Build a Community in Suburban Detroit
A radio story from the Fi2W food journalism fellowship at WDET.
We Empower Immigrant Journalists
It Matters Who Tells The Story