The World asked me to head back to my hometown to do some reporting on the demonstrations and violence that followed Freddie Gray’s death.
Here’s the first of the stories I reported from Bangladesh for The World, this one on a few of the people who lived through the Rana Plaza factory collapse two years ago today.
Also check out the accompanying photo essay.
Out in Richmond Hills, Queens, a Guyanese native repairs an instrument central to Indian spirituality. My story about Mindra Sahadeo, the harmonium king of Queens, for The World.
Also check out Sonny Singh’s article about Sahadeo for Open City.
A few days before Obama announced his executive actions on immigration, Angela Navarro, an undocumented woman from Honduras, moved with her husband and two children into a North Philadelphia church. She was hoping ICE wouldn’t follow her there. Here’s my story for Al Jazeera America.
Narendra Modi, India’s newly-elected Prime Minster, rolled through New York this weekend, part statesman, part rockstar. To some he’s a cause for concern. Here’s my story for The World about his appearance at Madison Square Garden, and the local community’s response to it.
There were some new faces at the head of the massive People’s Climate March on Sunday–among them groups of immigrants. Here’s my story for The World.