Mexicans in New York Eye Gay Marriage Approval At Home
Produced May 20, 2010
Many Mexicans in New York City’s gay community left their home country in order to flee discrimination and the need to pretend to be someone they were not. But now they watch from abroad as Mexico City passes gay marriage, while their new home, New York, awaits marriage equality.
Census Efforts Reach New York’s Latino Immigrant Communities
Produced Feb. 25, 2010
The U.S. Census Bureau is focusing its efforts on New York’s immigrant communities, with Latinos largely in focus. But despite some of the bureau’s efforts to get community members to participate in the 2010 census, community leaders say many Latino immigrants are still wary of the surveys.