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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

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.

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Voices from the People’s Climate March

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

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Portrait of a Sikh Activist

Meet a Sikh activist who marched against Climate Change

Photo by Bruce Wallace

Immigrant Activists Join Climate Change March

From our #ReportingClimate series: Immigrant activists take on Climate Change

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On the Radio: Fi2W’s Von Diaz on The Splendid Table

An interview with Von Diaz about her Cocina Criolla project.

Shabbat Dinner 1 – Photo by Ramaa
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Cooking the Faith: The Linchpin of Being Jewish

Part of a series on women, food, and places of worship.

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

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

Barbara Felska, an immigration services officer at the Stokes unit

Is Your Marriage Real? For Immigrants USCIS Has Ways to Find Out

“If you’re really married you have nothing to fear” – Barbara Felska, an immigration services officer at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s Stokes unit.