A Cambodian women’s group — the Devata Giving Circle — put on a talent showcase in San Francisco’s Mission District on Sept. 28, featuring a selection of Cambodian-American musicians and performers.
Enma Delgado cleans homes and cares for children in San Francisco. She left three children of her own in El Salvador and sends money and packages home to help support them.
In immigrant households, Thanksgiving dinner can result in some exotic pairings on the menu. Sushi and pumpkin pie, anyone?
Phone bank volunteers in San Jose are calling 20,000 registered immigrant voters to ask if they would support a potential 2012 ballot initiative to raise taxes on the wealthiest individuals and corporations.
More than 34,000 Bhutanese refugees have left Nepalese refugee camps and resettled in the United States. Oakland is home to one of the largest refugee populations. Two recent immigrants, a grandmother and a young man, share their journeys.
The Vice President of the Santa Clara county Board of Supervisors Dave Cortese says the strong bond with his grandfather, an immigrant from Sicily, helps him to better serve Santa Clara County’s diverse community.