Tag: Immigrants in the City

Stories about immigrant communities in American cities.
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We’re Going to Be Okay: Episode 9 of our Podcast Series, “A Better Life?”

For “Call Your Elders,” Rosalind calls her Tita Margaret, a Filipina immigrant who lived through 9/11 in NYC.

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The Craft of Cakes, a Unique Expression of Bangladeshi Identity – Fi2W on the Radio

A profile of Shamsun Nehar, an engineer by day and a cake baker by night.


Detroit Diaries: My Evolution from Print to Radio

A journalist of color reflects on her own journey of storytelling and identity.

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Fi2W on the Radio: A Sisyphean Art Installation Comes To A Natural End

The latest from our podcast editor Rosalind Tordesillas.


NYC Underestimates Value of Family Child Care For Immigrant Communities

The city’s reforms make it harder for family child-care providers to survive.

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In a Cairo State of Mind – The Dream City Podcast, Episode 2

An Egyptian writer living in New York, but still on Cairo time.


Mona Escapes – The Dream City Podcast, Episode 1

Listen to the story of Mona, a woman who left the Philippines for a better life in the U.S., and ended up having to escape from an abusive employer.