Demographics

Data: New York City Bureau of Tuberculosis Control Annual Report, 2016

Plateau of Overall TB Rate in NYC Masks Disparities

Demographics, Health, New York March 24, 2017 at 4:42 pm

The Department of Health’s Bureau of Tuberculosis Control released its 2016 report March 24, which showed disparities in TB incidence across some neighborhoods and races and ethnicities.

Antonio Chavez, owner of Grandma’s Bakery on 13th Ave. in Dyker Heights. (Photo by Paul Frangipane)

Italian Businesses in Dyker Heights Cater to New Customers

Asian, Brooklyn, Business, Demographics, Latino March 8, 2017 at 12:44 pm

BKLYNER speaks to Italians in Dyker Heights who have handed their businesses over to more recent immigrants as Asian and Hispanic residents move into the historically Italian neighborhood.

Tracey Dixon-Neverson demonstrates the Suzuki technique with her daughter in her home studio. (Photo by Joy Notoma for Voices of NY)

Classical Musician Confronts Cultural Norms in East Flatbush

A Jamaican-American classical strings instructor, Tracey Dixon-Neverson, is offering private instruction through a new studio based in her home.

Photo via Margaret Chin's Twitter page

Changes in Demographic Data Collected by City Agencies

Demographics, Government, LGBTQ, New York October 21, 2016 at 2:14 pm

Legislation passed by the City Council will have city agencies gather more accurate demographic data to better service LGBT people and communities of color, reports Times Ledger.

A man stands outside Kunal Jewelers, located next to Lavanya on 74th Street in Jackson Heights, Queens. (Photo by Mumu Matryoshka, Creative Commons license)

Neighborhoods Like Jackson Heights are ‘Household Names in India’

Demographics, Immigration, Queens, South Asian August 22, 2016 at 3:25 pm

As Indians celebrate their country’s 70th Independence Day, Queens Tribune reports on how the community has grown and thrived in the borough.

Dominican flags in Williamsburg's South Side (Photo by Bonnie Natko, Creative Commons license)

Opinion: The Challenge for Dominicans, Beyond Adriano Espaillat

Demographics, Dominican, New York, Opinion August 15, 2016 at 10:39 am

This Impacto New York op-ed lists the accomplishments and challenges of the Dominican community in New York, from political and educational successes to a coming demographic downturn.

Phagwah (or Holi) celebrations in Richmond Hill, Queens. (Photo by Roup Hardowar, Creative Commons license)

‘Little Guyana’ Grows in Queens

Demographics, Immigration, Queens, South American June 2, 2016 at 5:31 pm

Queens Tribune looks at the growth of the Guyanese community in South Queens, and how the second largest immigrant group in the borough has shaped the region.

Dominicans celebrated the country's independence day at the Brooklyn Arbor School in Williamsburg on Feb. 25. (Photo via Greenpoint Star)

While Celebrating Dominican Independence, Williamsburg Residents Remember Past

Brooklyn, Demographics, Dominican March 7, 2016 at 3:43 pm

Greenpoint Star attends a Dominican Independence Day celebration in Williamsburg, and speaks to longtime residents who lament, and praise, the changes in a neighborhood once home to a large Dominican community.

Red Rooster boasts 150 local employees, founder Marcus Samuelsson says, plus another 50 contractors. (Photo by Adi Talwar via City Limits)

Supporting Future Chefs of Color

Demographics, Food, New York March 2, 2016 at 2:37 pm

City Limits looks at culinary nonprofits that provide support to underprivileged and underrepresented communities in hopes of diversifying the food service industry.

New York City, in Translation
Fueled by the economy, immigration and strong local laws and initiatives, the translation and interpretation sector thrives, Voices of NY reports in a series beginning today.

New York City, in Translation

Fueled by the economy, immigration and strong local laws and initiatives, the translation and interpretation sector thrives, Voices of NY reports in a series beginning today.

New York City, in Translation
Fueled by the economy, immigration and strong local laws and initiatives, the translation and interpretation sector thrives, Voices of NY reports in a series beginning today.

Nueva York Traducida

Tanto en Nueva York como en todo Estados Unidos, la industria de la traducción e interpretación está en pleno apogeo gracias a la demanda generada por un gran influjo de inmigrantes y a tendencias económicas nacionales y mundiales.

New York City, in Translation
Fueled by the economy, immigration and strong local laws and initiatives, the translation and interpretation sector thrives, Voices of NY reports in a series beginning today.

翻譯中的紐約

因為移民湧入以及全國及全球經濟發展趨勢,書面翻譯和口譯行業在紐約和全美正蓬勃發展。

(Photo:Karen Pennar攝)

The Numbers: Estimating What NYC Spends on Language Services

An explanation of how Voices of NY collected data on NYC contracts with translation and interpretation service providers.

(Photo:Karen Pennar攝)

Las Cifras: Estimados de gastos en servicios lingüísticos de la Ciudad de Nueva York

Voices of NY se dio a la tarea de determinar cuánto gasta la Ciudad de Nueva York en proveer servicios de traducción e interpretación para los aproximadamente 1.8 millones de residentes que no dominan el idioma inglés y que en su casa se comunican principalmente en otros idiomas.

(Photo:Karen Pennar攝)

關於數字:紐約市的語言服務開支

《紐約之聲》為您詳解紐約各市府部門在為本市180萬不諳英語的紐約客提供書面和口頭譯方面的花銷。