From gay, homeless immigrant youth to reimagining Puerto Rican cuisine, Von Diaz reflects on her time at Fi2W.
Opening the door for new generations of immigrant journalists
The Fi2W method brings new voices to U.S. media organizations
Erwin de Leon reflects on why immigration reform is so important to him personally.
Erwin de Leon has a clear path to becoming a U.S. citizen now that the Supreme Court repealed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
LGBT immigrants often undergo the integration process alone, shunned by religious and other communities that form a safety net for many newly arrived immigrants. A new guide offers practical, step-by-step guidance on welcoming LGBT refugees in the U.S.
Five lesbian and gay couples filed suit in federal court on Monday, challenging Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which prevents American citizens from sponsoring same-gender spouses for legal permanent residency.
Prostitution is a way to make ends meet for many Filipino transgender women in New York. This story comes to us from The FilAm, an online magazine for Filipino Americans in New York.
Advocates and politicians are calling for a government investigation into the alleged abuse of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender immigrants being held in detention centers.
Julio Salgado uses visual art to raise awareness about the challenges of being undocumented and gay.