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Ending DACA Casts a Shadow on a Young Chef’s Dream

DACA allowed Alfonso Verdis to rise in the restaurant business. Now he faces an uncertain future.

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You Can’t Have Your Hummus and Hate Arabs Too

A simple dish that captures America’s culture wars.

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A Homeless Refugee from Zimbabwe Finds New Opportunities Through Cooking

A dinner series featuring refugee chefs helps Tatenda Ngwaru survive in her new home.

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Hate Immigrants, Love Their Food

Welcome to the latest edition of our online magazine.

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What Mexican Chefs Cook at Home: La Comida de los Cocineros

A video that tells the story of the Mexican cooks at one of North Carolina’s most celebrated restaurants.

“I’ve Got My Goat” – Caribbean People in South Florida Maintain a Cherished Tradition
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“I’ve Got My Goat” – Caribbean People in South Florida Maintain a Cherished Tradition

Providing milk, meat and a vital link to Island and Latin American cultures.

In Arizona, A Farmers’ Market Flourishes In the Shadow of the Border Fence
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In Arizona, A Farmers’ Market Flourishes In the Shadow of the Border Fence

Tons of fresh produce from Mexico is shipped through Nogales. But getting local residents to eat fresh food is a challenge.

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Battling the Stigma of Eating Disorders Among Asians and Latinos

Eating disorders are often ignored in immigrant communities, but some are trying to change that.

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Latinos Find Home Through Photography

Luisa Simbaña emigrated from Ecuador. Through Project Luz, she explores her new home in NYC.

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Nantucket’s Fast-Growing Latino Community

Immigrants from Central America find a new home on a small New England island