Every year, the recipients of the Graduate Students Award for Summer Research on Migration collaborate with students in the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film and Television to produce compelling short films on new migration research and stories.
Every year, students from all over NYU create short podcasts about migration with the people and places that they care about.
His piece takes on the position that his parents coming here felt like immigration and now his tie to PR feels like that of an immigrant who is trying to understand the politics around statehood.
Alisha's podcast is on housing and while it is all about housing in NYC in general, a good 35% is about the way immigrants are not being counted accurately in our shelter system and the issues that bring up for housing and immigration policy.
This podcast is on the Ukraine war from the standpoint of an Azerbaijani, Russian-speaking immigrant with multiple family members in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia.
Visual Feature Project