Passaic is the latest in the growing list of New Jersey municipalities announcing that they will create a municipal identification card for its immigrant residents, Reporte Hispano reports.
Chinese and Korean celebrations of the Moon Festival this weekend – which happened to fall on the day of the “blood moon” – featured lions, drums, mooncake, kimchi and a hip-hop duo from South Korea.
A group of domestic workers and community activists in Lakewood, New Jersey, held a vigil on the eve of Yom Kippur to call for respect for housekeepers, Reporte Hispano reports.
The mayor of Roselle, New Jersey, proposed a bill to issue municipal ID cards to residents, giving them easier access to services in the borough, Reporte Hispano reports.
The signs hung by a Republican supporter have upset the Latino population in Morristown, New Jersey, El Diario reports.
In the first episode of Feet in 2 World’s “Dream City” podcast, domestic worker Mona Lunot-Kuker recounts years fighting for labor rights in the Philippines before moving to New Jersey and finding herself mistreated at the hands of her new employer.
A proposal to give Broad Avenue in Palisades Park the second name of “Korea Way” is drawing opposition following an article in The Record about the plan, The Korea Times reports.
Jong Chul Lee, the deputy mayor of Palisades Park, wants to make the Lunar New York a holiday for public schools in the New Jersey town in which Koreans account for 50 percent of the population. But some suggest he should hold off, reports The Korea Times.
Latino GOP leaders in New Jersey characterize Donald Trump’s plan to deport 11 million immigrants as “a fantasy” and “akin to what Hitler did against the Jews,” says Reporte Hispano.
Thanks to its affordability and love of cuisine, the Westchester village boasts 14 Mexican restaurants, Diario de México reports.
Immigrants who live in Newark, New Jersey, have been able to open 25 businesses in the city thanks, in part, to their municipal ID, finds Reporte Hispano.
In New Jersey, some home aides for Korean seniors may not work all the hours they claim, but the work they’re asked to do may go beyond the job description, The Korea Times reports in two articles.
Lindy Li, running for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania, got the support of New York member of Congress Grace Meng and others at a gathering in Flushing, Sing Tao Daily reports.
A leadership camp teaches youths, particularly immigrants, to deal with problematic situations at school, El Diario reports.
The “beehive of industry,” as Harrison is known, has benefited from the Red Bull Arena, and the arrival of immigrants, mostly from Peru, El Diario reports.