Tag: Business and Economics Reporting Fellowship

Asian Immigrants in the Labor Movement: From Hawaii’s Plantations to Wisconsin’s Public Sector

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are among the fastest growing ethnic groups in organized labor. Their increasing numbers in the labor movement has implications for both workers’ rights and election year politics.


After Hard Times, Indian Newspaper Looks to Reach Immigrant Audience with iPad App

News India Times is looking to the web as well as print to attract new readers. Read the third part of our series on ethnic newspapers’ survival strategies.


A Polish Paper Fights To Survive Amid Reverse Migration

In the second article in FI2W’s series on New York’s ethnic newspapers, the editor of Nowy Dziennik talks about the challenges facing the Polish-language daily as it marks its 40th year of publication.

Survival Strategy: Newspaper Serving Haitian Immigrants Embraces Old and New Media

The first in a series of articles exploring how New York City newspapers that serve immigrant readers are coping with the weak economy and changes in the way news is gathered and distributed.