A multimedia project called ‘Together We are New York: Asian Americans Remember and Re-Vision 9/11’ transforms personal stories into poetry. The piece will be performed on December 18 in Manhattan.
At first, immigrants were underrepresented–some say excluded–at the protests on Wall Street, but now they are arriving in droves.
Streetwise New York offers tours of “old and new immigrant New York.” We sent reporter Cristina DC Pastor and audio producer Dimple Patel to check out the tour in the city’s largest borough.
Cristina DC Pastor interviews Lorial Crowder, co-founder of the Filipino Adoptees Network, who was adopted at the age of five.
Twenty one Filipino Americans died in the attacks of September 11, 2001. Reporter Cristina DC Pastor looks back at their lives in TheFilAm, an online magazine for Filipino Americans living in New York.
Restaurant workers are the main audience for English classes offered by The New School’s Food Studies department in collaboration with the university’s Master’s program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
While many Filipino same-sex couples support New York’s new marriage equality law, some are choosing not to marry–for immigration, economic, and personal reasons.
A labor violation by Maryland’s Prince George’s County Public Schools has resulted in an ugly confrontation with the U.S. Department of Labor, and some 800 Filipino teachers are caught in the crossfire.
The credibility of DSK’s accuser is being questioned over inconsistencies between the story on her political asylum application and the information she gave to investigators. But immigration lawyers say inconsistencies in asylum cases are quite common.
It’s a query I thought was crude and in your face. But if you’re an undocumented immigrant journalist looking for work, there really is no better way to ask – “do you sponsor?”