Stories about Migration & Immigration from October, 2017
Japan's Largest Diwali Celebration Featured Food, Dancing and a Naan Flatbread Mascot
Thanks to increasing ties between the two countries, the number of Indians living in Japan has increased over the past two decades to at least 28,000.
Ex-Refugee Who Slept Rough in Rome Now Runs Several Businesses, Dreams of Rebuilding Afghanistan
"I want to invest in Afghanistan, I have never forgotten my country and I can’t live happily, knowing that my people are suffering."
Kebab, Yes; Revolution, No: Migrants and the Fight for Catalonia
"I was surprised that people sporting dreadlocks, turbans, braids, and other Afrocentric apparel failed to acknowledge the word "migrant" at an event supporting those being persecuted in Catalonia..."
Documentary: Lost in the Ruins of Georgia's Soviet-Era Tea Industry
"There was not a single unemployed person in Laituri. Everyone was employed at either the plantation or the factory."
Climate Change Is Claiming Aspen Groves—and the History of Basque Immigrants in the US
Basque sheep herders left their mark in remote forests across the American West across nearly a century. Now their words are being lost to climate change.