A Haitian-American journalist who helped guide the previous two issues of our online magazine.
Tag: Immigrants and religion
Hundreds of stores selling herbal remedies offer emotional and spiritual support to Latino New Yorkers.
How religious congregations are assisting some of the newest immigrants
A Korean Buddhist leader serves multiple constituencies in the city
With some 350 mosques, NYC offers a wide variety of approaches to Islam.
A conversation with journalists covering Judaism and Islam.
Haitian Vodou priest Dòwòti Désir works to overturn myths and stereotypes about her religion.
Far from being a way to repress women, a Muslim scholar says the veil allows women to be more assertive.