Korean food may soon be among the lunch choices for some students in New Jersey schools, the Korea Times reports.
With a Hispanic population of almost 70 percent, North Bergen may very well be dubbed “New Jersey’s Miami,” El Diario/La Prensa reports.
The first Asian sergeant in Jersey City speaks to Korea Daily about his recent promotion and reconnecting with his Korean roots.
As part of the free piano lessons he offers to low-income students in Brooklyn and Yonkers, Phedy Pierre also provides mentoring.
A labor organization in Lakewood, New Jersey, keeps pushing for the application of a domestic workers’ bill of rights establishing, for example, that they shouldn’t work on their knees, Diario de México reports.
Current Deputy Mayor of Paterson Pedro Rodríguez is positioning himself to become the city’s first Dominican mayor in 2018, Reporte Hispano reports.
Elizabeth, New Jersey, could be the next city in the state to offer an identification card issued by the municipality to residents, Reporte Hispano reports.
In an unprecedented effort, Salvadoran and other Latino immigrants put money and effort to renovate and improve the Salvadoran consulate in Elizabeth, NJ, Reporte Hispano reports.
Around 30 Latin American authors will participate at New Jersey’s first International Book Fair next Thursday at Union City, Reporte Hispano reports.
News India Times profiles Uplift Humanity India, a nonprofit in New York helping to rehabilitate juvenile inmates in India, and its founder, Anish Patel, who came up with the idea for the initiative as a teenager on a family trip.
June Rhee has been busy bringing Korean performers to the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey, reports The Korea Times.
The recently opened Museum of Indian Journey to the United States at the Hindu Samaj Temple of Mahwah in New Jersey displays the stories and photos of Indian immigrants living across the U.S., reports News India Times.
Six survivors of the failed attempt to invade Cuba in 1961 united in Union City, for the screening of a documentary about their story, Reporte Hispano reports.
An array of Mexican musicians led by singer Guadalupe Peraza will stage “Mexamorphosis,” a series of free multimedia concerts in New York and New Jersey, Reporte Hispano reports.
Olga Armas – a resident of Elizabeth, New Jersey, and an undocumented immigrant – is at the center of the media spotlight after she wrote an opinion column for The New York Times, Reporte Hispano reports.