Tag: Filipino

"A Better Life?"Podcast

Listening to Immigrant Elders – A Year-End Special from A Better Life? Podcast

Intergenerational conversations with immigrant elders have sustained us through 2020.

"A Better Life?"Podcast

We’re Going to Be Okay: Episode 9 of our Podcast Series, “A Better Life?”

For “Call Your Elders,” Rosalind calls her Tita Margaret, a Filipina immigrant who lived through 9/11 in NYC.

Food In 2 Worlds

Fi2W on the Radio: Filipino Food Shame – Is it ‘Hiya’ or History?

Fi2W’s Rosalind Tordesillas reported this story for PRI’s The World

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Plantains, Saffron and Ube – Sustaining Immigrant Food Traditions

Stories from the latest Fi2W food journalism workshop

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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.

Phillipe Nover ‘The Filipino Assassin’ is a Healing Nurse

The challenge of being a nurse by day and a fighter at night.

Filipino Immigrants Return to their Roots at Independence Day Parade

New York’s Philippine Independence parade on Sunday drew about 100,000 in a celebration of Filipino culture and pride.

Lawyers Aid Undocumented Filipino Immigrants

A group of Filipino lawyers is providing free legal clinics to help their community navigate a complicated immigration system.

Once a Hospital Mainstay, Filipino Immigrant Nurses Face Dwindling Job Opportunities

In NY, with a heavy concentration of Filipino nurses working in hospitals and nursing homes, 3 areas of concern weigh heavily: the recession, a shortage of visas, and a testing scandal.