The Census and Undocumented Immigrants: FI2W‘s Annie Correal on NPR‘s All Things Considered

Volunteers at an immigrant census outreach event in Queens, NY. - Photo: John Rudolph

Volunteers at an immigrant census outreach event in Queens, NY. (Photo: John Rudolph)

On Census Day, April 1, NPR’s All Things Considered featured a story by El Diario/La Prensa and FI2W reporter Annie Correal on the challenges of counting undocumented immigrants in Queens.

Listen to her story “Census Workers In Queens Find Reluctant Residents.”

[audio:http://public.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/atc/2010/04/20100401_atc_08.mp3?dl=1]

The Feet in Two Worlds project on the Census is made possible thanks to the generous support of the 2010 Census Outreach Initiative Fund at The New York Community Trust and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.

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Feet in Two Worlds brings the work of immigrant and ethnic media journalists from communities across the U.S. to public radio and the web. Since 2005, this award-winning project has expanded the diversity of voices and stories on public radio by presenting the work of journalists representing a broad spectrum of immigrant communities including Arab, Bosnian, Brazilian, Chinese, Haitian, Indian, Irish, Latin American, Pakistani, Polish, and Russian immigrants. Feet in Two Worlds reporters appear on nationally-distributed public radio programs including PRI’s The World, Studio 360, and The Takeaway, American Public Media’s Marketplace and NPR’s Latino USA, as well as on public radio stations WNYC, New York Public Radio, and WDET in Detroit.