Immigrants talk about how they remain connected to their home culture through food.
The latest installment of our ‘What I Carried’ collaboration with Cowbird, using sound, photography and text to tell stories about immigrants.
Through sound, text and photography, a new series examines personal objects with special meaning to immigrants.
Michaelle Solages, First Haitian Elected to NY State Assembly, Now Focused on Long Island Sandy Relief
Michaelle Solages, from Nassau County’s 22nd district, has become the first person of Haitian descent elected to the New York State Assembly. Her first order of business is to get the power back on.
Traditional gender roles are changing as Haitian American men step into the kitchen. Journalist and chef Nadege Fleurimond brings us this story and podcast as part of our Food in 2 Worlds series.
Young Haitian immigrants under TPS can work and live legally in the U.S., but they can’t qualify for U.S. government college loans. For many that means college is out of reach.
Podcast: The Complex Relationship Between Immigrant Blacks and African Americans on College Campuses
By several measures, immigrant blacks are outpacing African-Americans in higher education. In this podcast reporter Martha St. Jean looks at the impact this has had on relations between different groups of black students.
The first in a series of articles exploring how New York City newspapers that serve immigrant readers are coping with the weak economy and changes in the way news is gathered and distributed.
Almost a quarter century after he was overthrown in a popular uprising, former Haitian president Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier resurfaced in his earthquake devastated country on January 16. Haitians in the U.S. are trying to make sense of what his arrival means in a time of political uncertainty.