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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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Frequent FI2W contributor and senior political reporter for La Opinión Pilar Marrero comes on the podcast to discuss her new book Killing the American Dream: How Anti-Immigration Extremists are Destroying the Nation.

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This week, journalist and film-maker Valeria Fernandez talks to FI2W's John Rudolph about how young Latino political organizers are trying to effect change on the local and state levels in Arizona.

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This week, FI2W's John Rudolph is joined by Chung-Wha Hong from the NY Immigration Coalition and Mark Hugo Lopez of the Pew Hispanic Center.

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This week, Veronica Zaragovia describes a group of women in San Antonio who are reinventing lowrider culture as a family activity.

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This week, an interview and live performance with Queens-based father-son musicians Ramon Ponce Sr. and Jr., co-founders of Mariachi Academy of New York.

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This week, FI2W contributor Aswini Anburajan speaks with Kenyan student Brian Nguah, creator of the social website Immilounge, an online community for the immigrant experience in America.

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This week, John Rudolph speaks with Pilar Marrero of La Opinion and independent journalist Valeria Fernandez.

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In 2008 Latino voters played a key role in sending Barack Obama to the White House.  Will they do it again this year? On this podcast, a midsummer snapshot of Latino voters.   Joining us on the phone from her office in Houston is Sylvia Manzano, a senior analyst with the polling firm Latino Decisions.

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For Filipino immigrants in the U.S. one of the best ways to bring back the feeling of home is to dig into a meal of burgers, milkshakes and fried chicken. On this Food in 2 Worlds podcast, John Rudolph and Aurora Almendral take you to Jersey City for the grand opening of a Filipino fast food restaurant called Jollibee.

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