Previously she was a community engagement editor at the LA Times; editor of a trilingual hyperlocal publication, Alhambra Source; and a staff immigration reporter for the New York Sun. She has reported for outlets including WNYC: New York Public Radio, The World, Der Spiegel, Financial Times, CNN and The New York Times.
As Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II die, one newspaper finds its community’s history carries new resonance in the current era of immigrant detention.
The International Marketplace in Indianapolis offers dozens of restaurants and shops from the world over. Its unlikely co-founder once asked: “Why are these Mexicans here? Why are there so many of them?”
Health & Medicine
Many words sound similar in English and Spanish: car, carro; fruit, fruta. But watch out: 'hospice' and 'hospicio' do not mean the same thing.