Tag: New York

Immigrants in New York City
My Mini Hands

Ellinor Speaks Three Languages and She’s Not Even 3 Years Old! – The Fi2W Podcast

A podcast about the challenges and rewards of raising children who speak three languages.


Reunion – The Dream City Podcast, Episode 3

Once homeless, a young immigrant from Guyana looks to help others who face similar challenges.


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.

Red Hook waterfront after Sandy, photo by Michael Fleshman

Red Hook Residents Take on Climate Change

Residents from Brooklyn’s waterfront neighborhood prepare for another storm.

el puente photo from climate march

Voices from the People’s Climate March

Listen to an audio postcard featuring climate activists from around the world.

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Food In 2 WorldsStories

Despite Low Wages, Street Vendors See Freedom as a Big Reward

“What I produce, I produce for me,” says a veteran vendor in this video.

Heleodora Vivar
Food In 2 WorldsStories

Video: Faced With Restrictions, NYC Street Vendors Push Back

Part of our series Street Food: Meet the People Who Make It

Yozo and Malini Sood Horiuchi, with daughters
Food In 2 WorldsStories

For This Indian-Japanese Family, World Food Is Their Oyster

Part of our series on culture-crossing kitchens.

women food vendors 2
Food In 2 WorldsStories

Feeding the Street: The Untold Story of Women Vendors in New York 

NYC has about 25-thousand street vendors, nearly half are women.