Call-to-Listen Radio, A Respite for African Immigrants

Call-to-Listen Radio, A Respite for African Immigrants

July 5, 2018, 7:42 AM

For the millions of first-generation immigrants in the United States, whose native languages aren't common on the streets of New York or any other U.S. community, staying connected to local news and culture can be challenging. But across Diaspora communities, call-to-listen radio programming is designed to fill this need and offer a respite from day-to-day hardships as immigrants, including the undocumented. VOA's Ramon Taylor has this report from New York.Original Article

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