For 30 years, Manila Mail, a newspaper based in Washington, provided about 65,000 Filipino immigrants and their descendants in the greater D.C. metropolitan area a platform for discourse and connection. But printing stopped in late 2021.
Chinatowns in Philadelphia, Manhattan, and Los Angeles are trying to shape their own futures in the face of adversities.
Without the power to vote, some non-citizens are striving to get voters and non-voters alike to recognize and care about their political priorities.
In a rural town in Eastern Oregon, Japanese-Americans like Mike Iseri have found and created a home.
“Nobody teaches us in the industry. Nobody teaches about chemicals. Nobody teaches us about health and safety,” Dash said.
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