Featured on WDET as part of the Fi2W Food Journalism Fellowship
A profile of Shamsun Nehar, an engineer by day and a cake baker by night.
Audio postcards about food and immigrant culture.
A Bangladeshi journalist calls for a new approach to covering her community.
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…
From pitching to story development, listen to our sessions on crafting great food stories!
Detroit public radio WDET today aired a piece by Feet In 2 Worlds reporter Martina Guzmán on the plight of Hispanic autoworkers and business owners who are suffering the crisis in the auto industry. From the webpage of Detroit Today,…
The crisis in the U.S. auto industry is among the many serious challenges facing Michigan’s economy. People are moving out of Michigan at a higher rate than any state in the nation, and at 8.5 percent Michigan has the highest average annual unemployment rate in the U.S. Despite…
DETROIT – Martina Guzman, FI2W reporter Detroiters cheered in bars, honked their horns and literally danced in the streets when Barack Obama became the president-elect. Detroit is considered a black city: the population is more than eighty percent African American….