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The last Korean-American grocery store on Flushing’s Main Street sold to Chinese-American merchants

Uncategorized June 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

Green Farm, the last remaining grocery store owned by Korean-Americans on Main Street in Flushing, was recently sold to Chinese-American merchants who have gained commercial control over the area. A local Chinese-American paper has proudly headlined the deal, leaving many Korean-Americans feeling bitter. On May 31, a Chinese-American weekly, theRead More

Korean-American women and business

Uncategorized June 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

Now, as the whole world is caught up in the excitement of the World Cup, a Korean-American businesswoman in Los Angeles has planned a small celebration of her own: she has made World Cup t-shirts, which are now being distributed to her customers in attractive shopping bags. The t-shirts haveRead More

Hear our voices: Advocates for the poor sound off about welfare reform’s shortcomings

Uncategorized June 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

Escaping poverty has been a lifelong ambition for Renea Fields. Five years ago, this New York mom was cautiously optimistic about landing a meaningful job that would pay enough to meet her family’s needs. But that was back in 1996, and Congress had just passed sweeping welfare reform laws thatRead More

The last Korean-American grocery store on Flushing's Main Street sold to Chinese-American merchants

Uncategorized June 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

Green Farm, the last remaining grocery store owned by Korean-Americans on Main Street in Flushing, was recently sold to Chinese-American merchants who have gained commercial control over the area. A local Chinese-American paper has proudly headlined the deal, leaving many Korean-Americans feeling bitter. On May 31, a Chinese-American weekly, theRead More

Hear our voices: Advocates for the poor sound off about welfare reform's shortcomings

Uncategorized June 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

Escaping poverty has been a lifelong ambition for Renea Fields. Five years ago, this New York mom was cautiously optimistic about landing a meaningful job that would pay enough to meet her family’s needs. But that was back in 1996, and Congress had just passed sweeping welfare reform laws thatRead More

Tenants privacy in danger

Uncategorized June 4, 2002 at 12:00 am

New York residents will need to present state-issued identification to rent an apartment, according landlords affected by this new policy, to the New York Police Department. This measure is opposed by police officers like Anthony Miranda, who said that it deceives the community and controls the lives of immigrants, evenRead More

Who will win the 2002 World Cup?

Uncategorized June 4, 2002 at 12:00 am

The inevitable World Cup forecasts have gone on a long time and, in fact, constitute one of the major pleasures of the tournament. Most predictions have already been made, and it’s not without reason that most foresee the triumph of France or Argentina. However, one of these two teams mightRead More

Domestic abuse a problem for Greek Americans too

Uncategorized June 2, 2002 at 12:00 am

By the time you finish reading this article, at least one woman will have been abused. Every 15 seconds a woman is beaten by her husband—a staggering statistic on the prevalence of domestic abuse in America. Of the approximately four million women abused each year in the United States, fourRead More

An evening with a minister

Uncategorized May 30, 2002 at 12:00 am

At an event in New York, I got a chance to see the Maulana [religious leader] Roohullah Madni, a provincial minister from the Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP), Pakistan. Madni holds the portfolios of religious affairs, social welfare and women’s welfare. The event, organized by the Khyber Society, was well attended.Read More

Mexican adolescents forced into sexual slavery

Uncategorized May 30, 2002 at 12:00 am

A New York court bail for a Mexican immigrant accused of raping, sodomizing and prostituting two adolescents that he lured from his country with the promise of wealth. Daniel Pérez appeared in Brooklyn Criminal Court, accused of bringing two young Mexican women on false pretexts to California and then toRead More

Palestinian vendors boycott the New York Post

Uncategorized May 29, 2002 at 12:00 am

For the past few weeks, it has been difficult to buy the New York Post in the Polish neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Arab newsstand vendors have been boycotting the newspaper. According to vendors, the daily paper publishes false information about Muslims, turning society against them. Arab storeowners, even those whoRead More

New Yorkers pleased with results

Uncategorized May 28, 2002 at 12:00 am

An enthusiastic group of U.S.-based Irish political junkies braved the extremely wet weather last Saturday morning and gathered at O’Neill’s in Manhattan to watch results from the Irish election arrive via computer hook-up to RTE, Ireland’s national broadcast network. The group started assembling at the midtown bar/restaurant, where a large-screenRead More

A polarized New York

Uncategorized May 24, 2002 at 12:00 am

The average salary of a family living in New York City decreased between 1989 and 1999, according to census data released yesterday. While in 1989 the average annual salary for residents within the five boroughs was $38,900, by 1999 that number fell to $38,300. In New York State as aRead More

Fake driver’s license for immigrants

Uncategorized May 23, 2002 at 12:00 am

The number of undocumented immigrants obtaining false driver’s licenses increased after most states passed laws prohibiting undocumented immigrants from applying for state driver’s license. Immigrant organizations protested the new laws. According to the Bergen Record, many of the 300,000 immigrants living here illegally either have fake documents or obtained theirRead More

Fake driver's license for immigrants

Uncategorized May 23, 2002 at 12:00 am

The number of undocumented immigrants obtaining false driver’s licenses increased after most states passed laws prohibiting undocumented immigrants from applying for state driver’s license. Immigrant organizations protested the new laws. According to the Bergen Record, many of the 300,000 immigrants living here illegally either have fake documents or obtained theirRead More

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