FI2W in Public Radio
Feet in 2 Worlds is first and foremost an initiative to bring the voices of immigrant reporters to U.S. public radio.
From New York’s WNYC to Detroit’s WDET, from Latino USA to The World, Fi2W reporters regularly produce pieces for nationally-syndicated shows and major public radio stations.
Browse all radio pieces and live appearances by our reporters in chronological order, or follow the logos below to the stories we’ve produced with each of our radio partners.
You can also scroll down to find radio stories by each reporter or visit our permanent radio archive.
Radio pieces by topic:
- Immigration reform
- Immigration enforcement
- Immigrants and the economy
- The immigrant vote
- Arts and culture
- Immigrants in the city
In addition to radio work, we also have produced occasional podcast series about specific topics, and we usually add audio material to our blog posts to try to make the people we portray come to life on your computer. Browse our podcast archive to hear those stories or visit the podcast series below.
The 2008 Presidential Election From An Immigrant Perspective.
Executive producer John Rudolph talks to journalists from the ethnic media about their communities’ views of the historic 2008 presidential election.
La Ruta del Voto Latino / The Road To The Latino Vote.
In August 2008, reporter Diego Graglia drove from New York City to Mexico City, talking to Latinos along the way about that year’s historic presidential election.