Gaining citizenship is a longer process than it once was. Nowy Dziennik explores some of the reasons why.
The Ukrainian Museum in Manhattan held egg decorating workshops ahead of the Eastern Orthodox celebration of Easter.
Belarusians marked Freedom Day in Union Square by speaking out against the Belarusian government’s crackdown on protesters during the unofficial holiday in the country, reports Brighton Beach News.
A Belarusian, a Russian and a Ukrainian immigrant, all without papers giving them legal status, spoke with V Novom Svete about their lives here.
Nowy Dziennik spoke with Poles working without papers, some for many years.
The nonprofit Outreach offers therapy services to fight drug and alcohol addiction for Polish immigrants in their native language, reports Nowy Dziennik.
The Hungarian immigrant and entrepreneur Andrew Romay, who in 2012 founded the Andrew Romay New Immigrant Center (ARNIC) at the English-Speaking Union, died on Feb. 10. Voices of NY republishes a video profile of the Center.
The Zlatne Uste Golden Festival, featuring Balkan brass bands, runs Jan. 13-14 in Park Slope, reports Brooklyn Paper.
Bklyner heads to Sheepshead Bay and Brighton Beach to get the reaction of immigrants from the former Soviet Union to the relationship between Russia and the president-elect.
With Polish and Puerto Rican roots, Magdalena Santos, married to a Brazilian, designs and sells T-shirts and onesies with a multicultural message in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
After more than 60 years in business, Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop continues to serve longtime Polish residents of Greenpoint, as well as their recently arrived neighbors. Brooklyn Daily Eagle stops by the bakery.
Three high school students from New Utrecht High School in Bensonhurst discuss their concerns about the election results in this article, reprinted from Bensonhurst Bean.
Russian immigrants in South Brooklyn were happy that Trump won, reports Brooklyn Paper.
Nowy Dziennik spoke with Polish-American voters, who appear to give Donald Trump a slight edge.
A Sept. 25 ceremony in Bensonhurst to commemorate Mother Teresa reflected the diverse cultures and faiths she encountered in her lifetime, including her Albanian heritage, report Brooklyn Reporter and Brooklyn Daily.