• 2011
  • 52:58
  • USA

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Lucia's Letter

By Amy Tardif

Slavery in America still exists. In southwest Florida, for example, women and girls from Central America arrive everyday looking for a better life. (more)

Lucia
  • 2000
  • 7:55
  • USA

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English

By WNYC's Radio Rookies

Karla Saavedra, 17, moved to Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood from Mexico two years ago. (more)

English
  • 2011
  • 59:00
  • USA

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Best of the Best: The 2011 Third Coast Festival Broadcast, Hour 2

By Katie Mingle

Re:sound's Gwen Macsai hosts this year's national broadcast, showcasing the best radio stories of the year - winners of the 2011 TC/RHDF Competition. (more)

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  • 2012
  • 58:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #163 The Far From Home Show

By Multiple producers

This hour: Two stories of people who are far away — physically, emotionally and/or spiritually from the place they call home. (more)

Far_from_home
  • 2003
  • 6:04
  • USA

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And I Walked...Stories From the Border

By Ann Heppermann & Kara Oehler

Much of the Sonoran desert between Tucson and Mexico is a haunting wasteland of discarded shoes, shirts, and empty plastic water jugs, discarded by desparate illegal immigrants who risk their lives as they cross the desert from Mexico into the United States in search of better-paying jobs. (more)

Sdocs03
  • 2012
  • 2:04
  • Sweden

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Black Coffee

By Joanne Lam

A personal musing about estrangement and its effects on language, cultural identity, and the meaning of home. (more)

Sd12_black_lam
  • 2013
  • 2:21
  • USA

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Ethiopian Coffee - The Sweet Ritual of Togetherness

By Anne Huang & Audrey Dilling

Guenet Sebsibe shows how she keeps an important Ethiopian cultural tradition alive. (more)

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  • 213
  • 2:52
  • USA

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Appetite for Home: Bitter-Sweet Memories of Learning to Cook & Eat in America

By Anne Noyes Saini

Longtime New Yorkers recall family cooking traditions and foods from home that have been lost to immigration. (more)

Sd13_saini_bitterandsweet
  • 2013
  • 3:00
  • AUSTRALIA

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Sweet and Sour Tiffany: Chinese Naming Menu

By Zena Kells

If you could pick your own name what would you choose? Three Chinese students living in Australia explain their name choices. (more)

Sd13_kells__sweetandsour
  • 2004
  • 47:23
  • Australia

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Legs, Hope, and Water

By Peggy Giakoumelos & Lea Redfern

Traditionally a country of emigration, Greece is now a destination for immigrants and refugees seeking to enter Europe. (more)

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  • 2011
  • 8:56
  • USA

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Deportations Before Reform: Anatomy of an Immigration Bust

By Marianne McCune

As lawmakers continue to debate immigration reform, the Obama administration is pushing for a path to citizenship for those here illegally. (more)

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  • 2015
  • 2:05
  • US

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What-er

By Bishnu Khatiwada

Experimenting with sound, lots to be found. (more)

Sd15_khatiwada_what
  • 2015
  • 2:48
  • CA

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Where did we come from?

By Siva Vijenthira

My mother tells me our immigration story. (more)

Sd15_vijenthira_where
  • 2010
  • 59:30
  • USA

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Re:sound #134 The Consequences Show

By Multiple producers

For every action there is a reaction. This week we look at consequences, both micro and macro. (more)

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  • 2012
  • 3:00
  • Bolivia

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How to Realize that Far-off, Poverty-stricken, Deathly Ill, Brown People Are Your Neighbors, too

By Mateo Hinojosa

From visceral empathy to intellectual understanding to emotional compassion, find out how you can realize that far-off, poverty-stricken, deathly ill, brown people are your neighbors, too. (more)

Sd12_brown_hinojosa
  • 2015
  • 2:03
  • USA

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Where would you go?

By Watson Hartsoe

For young people who live in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the western hemisphere, the passage north is often just as hard as staying. (more)

Sd15_hartsoe_where
  • 2015
  • 2:00
  • US

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Who works harder than this immigrant?

By @Jenniferpossible

Zamina, originially from Trinidad, is a seamstress by day and a restauranteur by night. (more)

Sd15_possible_who
  • 2013
  • 3:01
  • USA

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Sweet Dream

By Maham Khan

A long-time hunger is satiated by a dream. (more)

Sd13_khan_sweet
  • 2012
  • 2:57
  • USA

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Coloring In the Great White North

By Brad Delzer & Erika Lorentzsen

Three neighbors in Fargo, ND, talk about the rapid coloring in of a town in the Great White North. (more)

Sd12_white_delzer
  • 2007
  • 0:00
  • USA

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Divided Families: The Hidden Cost of Migration

By Catrin Einhorn & Linda Lutton

Here's a love story that stretches across two decades, thousands of miles, and an international border. Rocio and Francisco are married but have kept their family together by living apart for the past 19 years. (more)

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