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When it comes to citizenship for today's immigrants, the ground is shifting. Many immigrants who could become citizens, don't. Others say citizenship is less important for those who are undocumented, compared to obtaining legal status that would protect them from being deported. On this podcast, FI2W Executive Producer John Rudolph talks with Julissa Gutierrez of the National Association of Latino Elected Officials, and Mark Lopez, Director of Hispanic Research at the Pew Center about immigrants' changing attitudes towards citizenship.

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In this podcast we discuss the process of skin bleaching in immigrant communities, and the reasons why people do it.

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Africans are now the second largest immigrant community in the Bronx, and their influence on the borough's economy and culture is growing.

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On this podcast, sounds and stories from Kaya Natin!, a literary benefit organized by Filipino American writers for survivors of Typhoon Haiyan at the Asian American Writers Workshop.

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Mexicans are one of the fastest rising groups in New York, but Mexican young people have the highest dropout rate of any group in the New York City public schools. On this podcast, we discuss the causes of this trend and the efforts to reverse it.

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This week, Marcela Gara discusses sound system parties in NYC.

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On this podcast, Feet in 2 Worlds contributors, Carmel Pryor and Tatiana Galzy take a look at a new generation of designers and the rising influence of Chinese immigrants on American fashion.

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In this podcast, FI2W’S Miranda Shafer and Sally Nnamani talked to immigrant black women from Africa and the Caribbean, to understand how they express their shifting identities in their different hair styles.

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FI2W reporter Sara Loscos talks with actresses who are trying to lose their accents, and others who think sounding Latina is actually a career asset.

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On this podcast, Fi2w correspondent Julia Hettich talks to industry insiders who fight for the rights of the dishwashers, the busboys and the servers in the city's best restaurants.

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On this podcast, an immigrant stands in Grand Central Terminal and re-imagines New York, if history had taken a different course.

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This week, and interview with the creator of Forgotten Foods of NYC.

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This week, FI2W Editor Aaron Leaf talks about where to get African cuisine in New York City.

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This week, a story by FI2W contributor Ramaa Reddy Raghavan.

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For the son of African immigrants, a cab ride in Boston becomes a journey into the world his parents left behind in Uganda. Phillip Kisubika has his story.

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