James Oladipo Buremoh drives a Gray Line tour bus. He is also a king in his native Nigeria. Pearl Gabel produced this video about Buremoh for City Limits.
Less than a year since the infamous DSK scandal, Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office is reaching out to the African immigrant population. A recent forum in partnership with local African organizations focused on domestic violence, psychiatric care and immigration fraud.
Maggi seasoning was invented in the 19th Century in Switzerland. Today immigrants from across the globe call it a “taste of home.”
In this podcast reporter Aurora Almendral explores the magical world of Maggi, complete with recipes.
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.
Muslim Community Report just launched as a print newspaper and website. Fi2w’s John Rudolph speaks with the paper’s primary reporter and editor, Arao Ameny, and publisher Sheikh Moussa Drammeh about the mission and target audience of the new venture.
Immigrant-owned food businesses play an important role in the NYC’s economy. The first City-sponsored food expo aimed to connect food entrepreneurs to the rest of the food business chain.
For our Food in Two Worlds series, Adeola Oladele-Fayehun from AfricanSpotlight.com brings us this video report and interview with Lookman Afolayan Mashood, a man who was once an ice cream vendor on the streets of Lagos and is now the owner of Buka, a popular Nigerian restaurant in Brooklyn, NY.
African immigrant DJs and talk show hosts have found an innovative, and very inexpensive way to reach their fellow immigrants in New York and around the U.S. In this podcast episode, Abdulai Bah, a producer with People’s Production House, talks with FI2W’s John Rudolph about free conference call radio.
The credibility of DSK’s accuser is being questioned over inconsistencies between the story on her political asylum application and the information she gave to investigators. But immigration lawyers say inconsistencies in asylum cases are quite common.