Tune into PRI’s The World this evening to hear FI2W reporter Valeria Fernández reports from Phoenix, Arizona about a soccer team made up of refugee youth from all over the world.
Sundaram Srinivasan was an important figure in a community that few New Yorkers have heard of, let alone visited.
Despite rapid economic development, Anburajan says India’s traditional attitudes about the role of women have not caught up.
For Phillip Kisubika a late night taxi ride in Boston led to an exploration of his family’s roots.
Since Hurricane Sandy, the group United Sikhs has brought hot food to areas like Hoboken, Newark, Manhattan and Queens.
The largest Russian speaking community in North America was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. Aaron Leaf went to Brighton Beach to talk to people cleaning up after the storm.
Frequent FiI2W contributor and senior political reporter for La Opinión Pilar Marrero comes on the podcast to discuss her new book Killing the American Dream
Arizona is seeing a surge in Latino voter registration and political activism that could be the leading edge of bigger political changes for the politically conservative state.
You can hear four different Fi2W stories across the country today on public radio. We link to them inside.
Listen to Maria Hinojosa, host of NPR’s Latino USA and co-anchor of Need to Know on PBS, speak with Brian Lehrer this morning on WNYC talking about the presidential campaign and plugging our event tonight at the New School.