Dominican immigrants vote in their homeland’s national election on Sunday. We bring you election coverage from our partner El Diario/La Prensa.
New York’s Hispanic community became significantly more diverse over the last decade. Yet when you take a look at Hispanic representation in the city’s political landscape, it would seem that Puerto Ricans have the job of speaking for all.
By Diego Graglia, FI2W web editor Despite the U.S. Latino population’s diversity and widespread presence, certain Hispanic groups have traditionally been associated with specific U.S cities – Mexicans in L.A. and Chicago, Cubans in Miami, Puerto Ricans in New York….
There are so many Dominicans in New York today that the city is sometimes called the thirty-second province of the Dominican Republic. Feet in Two Worlds journalist Diego Graglia reports on the roots of the city’s Dominican community—how they got…