A video about the ethnic politics of a Bronx City Council race from our friends at Voices of NY, plus other stories of interest.
The Mariachi Academy of New York teaches kids how to play the famous style of Mexican folk music. It’s also a cultural bridge for the children of immigrants who want to remain connected to their parent’s homeland.
Through intimate photos of her family, Kajal Nisha Patel explores what it means to be a British-born Asian woman.
Fi2W contributor Aswini Anburajan interviews Brian Nguah, a young entrepreneur and the founder of Immilounge, a new social network for immigrants.
Two women, inspired by their immigrant roots, undertake a project to document people’s family recipes using unorthodox methods.
Those who can flip between NBC and Telemundo get a more complete view of the games in London.
Erwin de Leon sees not only athletic excellence, but a model for what America can look like as a multicultural and pluralistic society.
Asian Americans attempting to balance the different facets of their ethnic heritage is a significant theme at this year’s festival being held in New York City.
Make sure to see the “I’d Still be Puerto Rican Even If Born On the Moon” exhibit on the Lower East Side before it closes on July 25.
Caribbean: Crossroads of the World is an ambitious exhibit spread across three museums consisting of over 500 paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and multimedia projects by over 350 artists.