A mother and daughter begin their new life on the mainland.
A Chicago filmmaker’s journey of connecting and reuniting with her family
Grooming a growing community to have long-term political impact.
From politics to popular culture, 2012 was a year when Latinos in the U.S. broke into the mainstream.
Puerto Rico lost 82,821 people in the last ten years–did they go to New York, or newer enclaves in the US?
Days after a group of students at the University of Puerto Rico assaulted the school’s interim chancellor, Puerto Rican student activists received a sympathetic reception in New York City.
Students at the University of Puerto Rico are protesting a rise in tuition. Recently the protests took a violent turn and became an issue in Congress.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Sonia Sotomayor has gone from virtually unknown to a symbol of national pride for Puerto Ricans after her nomination by President Barack Obama to the U.S. Supreme Court. “This has been a major event in…
Feet In 2 Worlds senior producer Jocelyn Gonzales wraps up her video series on first-generation voters with an interview with Andrea Moya, who was born in Puerto Rico in 1986 and moved to New York four years ago to attend…