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Story Behind the Song with Yeimy Gamez

08/11/2021
4:00 pm

WHEN: Wednesday, Aug 11, 4PM

WHERE: Instagram Live @newestamericans

Newark artist YEIMY GAMEZ CASTILLO talks about the story behind her new single, Sueño Mojado.


Launch of “Uprooted” Interactive Displacement Map

08/04/2021

Newark Story Bus Launch

07/10/2021
10:00 am

WHEN: Saturday, July 10, 10AM – 5PM

WHERE: Treat Place, Newark

The Newark Story Bus will make its maiden voyage at the Murals | Market | Music event on Treat Place in Newark. Covered in vibrant designs by local artists Gera and Werc, the bus celebrates our diverse cultural heritage. Visitors are invited to climb aboard our mobile media lab, have their portraits made, record their stories, and take home a print of their portrait.

100 Days of Biden: Accountability in the White House

05/03/2021
6:00 pm

WHEN: Monday, May 3, 6PM

WHERE: Facebook Live

After President Biden’s first 100 days in office, we check in to see how the administration is delivering on its promises regarding immigration.

FEATURED GUESTS:

MARISOL CONDE-HERNANDEZ is the first female undocumented attorney in the state of New Jersey whose story is the focus of our documentary series American Sueño.

ANGY RIVERA is the Co-Director of the New York State Youth Leadership Council; her story is documented in the film No Le Digas a Nadie (Don’t Tell Anyone)


Newest Americans wins Online Storytelling Project of the Year


What Now? A year into immigrant detention during a pandemic

03/11/2021
3:00 pm

A conversation with Roberto Lovato on his memoir, “Unforgetting,” and Gaiutra Bahadur

01/14/2021
2:00 pm

WHEN: Thursday, January 14

WHERE: Facebook Live


A conversation with the artists of “This Guiding Light”

12/17/2020
3:00 pm

WHEN: 3PM EST Thursday, December 17

WHERE: Facebook Live


The Pandemic & Its Impact on Guatemala

12/16/2020
3:00 pm

WHEN: 3PM EST Wednesday, December 16

WHERE: Facebook Live


Immigration Policy and the 2020 Election

11/02/2020
6:00 pm

WHEN: 6PM EST Monday, November 2

WHERE: Facebook Live


Undocumented & Unafraid with RU Dreamers

10/19/2020
1:00 pm

WHEN: 1PM EST Monday, October 19

WHERE Facebook Live


First Generation Voters

10/16/2020
12:00 pm

WHEN: 12PM EST Friday, October 16

WHERE: Facebook Live


Amiri Baraka Birthday Poetry Slam

10/07/2020
6:00 pm

WHEN: 6PM EST Wednesday, October 7

WHERE: Facebook Live


New Story: Essential Until Expendable

10/02/2020
5:00 pm

Story published: October 1, 2020

Facebook Live event: October 2, 2020, 5PM

On Friday, October 2, Newest Americans will host a conversation on Facebook Live with author Mary Ann Koruth, photographer Ed Kashi, and Angelica Espinal-Garcia, who is a board-member at Casa Freehold and a health educator at Freehold’s Department of Health.

“We are left out. I am disappointed. I’ve lived here 20 years. I didn’t get anything.”

Alicia Valeriano, referring to the CARES act, which bypassed her family due to her undocumented status.
Federico, 66, from Puebla, Mexico, had been working at the Englishtown Raceway until it closed for the pandemic. He contracted COVID-19 and was treated at CentraState Medical Center. Casa Freehold paid for his prescription medications when he was released from hospital.

New Story: An American Meo

07/20/2020

July 20, 2020 @ 6:00PM

Watch Here:
FacebookLive/newestamericans

Newest Americans Mary Ann Koruth in conversation with Anisa Rahim about her experience learning her family history and writing her remarkable piece: An American Meo.


New Story: Mirian Mijangos

07/13/2020

July 13, 2020 @ 6:00PM

Watch Here:
Facebooklive/
newestamericans

“I knew that if the hoof of the horse got to my head, it would be over for me.”

– Mirian Mijangos

A conversation with Rita Dentino of Casa Freehold and Tsering Lama of Adhikaar about immigrant domestic workers in New Jersey, their struggles, their stories and the campaign for their rights.

Mirian leaves her house for a day’s work.

New Story: Historias para lo que viene

07/06/2020

July 6, 2020 @ 5:00PM

Watch Here:
FacebookLive/
newestamericans

Histories for what’s to come

Facebook Live with Catalina Muñoz Rojas discussing Newest Americans’ latest multimedia story, Historias Para Lo Que Viene.

Esmeralda Arboleda, originally from Tumaco, Colombia but displaced by paramilitary violence against her and her family, poses for a portrait with her son Kevin Daniel Moreno Angulo, 12. Bogota, Colombia July 2, 2018

New Story: Shanta Adhikary Ghimire

06/29/2020

Coming June 29

A Nepali domestic worker finds her calling as a poet and activist.

Shanta Adhikary Ghimire

Marisol Conde-Hernandez on SCOTUS and DACA

06/24/2020
5:00 pm

WHEN: 5PM EST Wednesday, June 24, 2020

WHERE: Instagram Live