The first installment of Nargis Rahman’s Detroit diary.
Reflections on reporting at the intersection of social justice, race and gender.
Food is my life. Whether it’s eating, cooking, baking, or reading about it – I enjoy all of it. But it wasn’t until last Fall that I realized I could combine that passion with storytelling. For a long time,…
Reporters to focus on Detroit food stories under a fellowship for immigrant journalists and journalists of color.
The deadline to apply for this fellowship has passed. Are you a journalist or media-maker from an immigrant background interested in covering food and related subjects in metro Detroit? Do you want to develop your skills as a storyteller…
Asian Americans gathered to discuss the legacy of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American man whose tragic death 30 years ago served as a rallying point for pan-Asian American activists.
From Tango in New York to Belly Dancing in Detroit, this episode of the Fi2W podcast brings you our radio stories about dance in immigrant communities.
A gym in Southwest Detroit serving the Mexican immigrant community has cultivated a star, 18 year old Erick De Leon. But as a non-citizen, De Leon’s opportunities are limited.
Two great radio pieces reflect the diversity of stories being produced by our reporters.
The demand for Mexican food has stimulated entrepreneurship and economic growth in Detroit.