Posted on: 26 Jun 2012
Jose Antonio Vargas became the public face of undocumented youth when he revealed his status in a New York Times Magazine piece. Cristina DC Pastor sent us this report from The FilAm, an online magazine for Filipino Americans in the New York area.
Posted on: 31 May 2012
A Filipino immigrant’s new memoir tells her family’s struggle to remain in the U.S. legally.
Posted on: 11 May 2012
The organization Films Without Borders gives tools to youth around the world to create films about their own lives. Cristina DC Pastor went to a recent showcase of these films and sent us a report.
Posted on: 03 May 2012
In the lethargic town of Ridgway, Pennsylvania – which is closer to Canada than to New York City – there are only a handful of Filipino residents, and one of them got elected Mayor. Cristina DC Pastor brings us this story from The FilAm.
Posted on: 02 May 2012
Chinatown’s economy is in transition as bus companies, wedding services and food production soar, serving communities across the northeast.
Posted on: 29 Feb 2012
Asian American students dominate New York City’s elite public high schools, but not all Asian students are deemed “college ready.” A new report seeks to paint a more balanced picture of Asian Pacific American educational achievement.
Posted on: 22 Feb 2012
A heated exchange between ad executives and ethnic media publishers and editors fails to yield a consensus on how small newspapers can attract more advertising.
Posted on: 02 Feb 2012
Deportation proceedings against two New Jersey brothers have been suspended, but they face an uncertain future under the Obama administration’s policy of prosecutorial discretion.
Posted on: 30 Dec 2011
Nafissatou Diallo’s criminal charges against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn were dismissed. But questions remain about asylum-seekers and the U.S. justice system.
Posted on: 28 Dec 2011
Green Card Stories, by journalist Saundra Amrhein, tells the stories of 50 people who climbed their way through the immigration law jungle.