Mosaic is a podcast that explores immigration and identity in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, a region that traces the history of American immigration back to the early days of colonization.
The Secret of Chiqui Versace
In this special episode of Mosaic, our podcast on immigration, we introduce Chiqui Versace: a Rhode Island resident who came to the U.S. at 16, looking for work and hoping to support his family back in Colombia. He also came here to be his true self – to not have to hide anything about who he is. From the outside, Versace lived what appeared to be a normal life. For decades he was gainfully employed, paid taxes every year, and volunteered his time for charitable causes. But to stay here, to live the life he had always wanted to live, he had to carry a very big secret.
Mosaic Community Essay: A True Anchor Baby
The Public’s Radio’s podcast on immigration, Mosaic, has a series of community essays. This one is by an anonymous contributor with sound design by Tracy Jonsson of Newport, Rhode Island.
Being a Kurd is the Hardest Job in the World
The Public’s Radio’s podcast on immigration, Mosaic, has a series of community essays.
How We've Changed
It’s been 20 years since the September 11th terrorist attacks changed everything. In this episode of Mosaic, we’ll hear from four different people about their experiences with 9/11.
Bonus Episode! Capture the Block from Fringe Fest 2021
Highlights from Mosaic’s community stage at The Wilbury Theatre’s Fringe Fest 2021. Ana sits down with activist Enrique Sánchez and artist Jess Brown to talk about the impact of the pandemic on their lives and communities.
When Home Is The Mouth Of A Shark
Daniela came from a place that became the mouth of a shark. In just a few months, she went from a teenager praying in her village church to a migrant, traversing half a continent to reach the Rio Grande.
Me encanta este podcast! Una muy buena manera de conocer las historias de nuestros inmigrantes en Rhode Island.
Local History, Our National Experience
I heard a episode on NPR and had to subscribe! This is an example of an individual Public Radio station sharing local history and current events with implications for our national experience! An offering to be proud of from The Public's Radio (Rhode Island Public Radio)!
Riveting! Striking, Well Told Stories A Must Listen!
This pod cast is phenomenal and the stories about people and immigration are filled with the depth, truth and complexity of life. I love the hosts! I found Alex Nunes to ask the questions I had in my mind. He also seemed down to earth and skilled at connection with people. I appreciated Ana Gonzalez voice and storytelling. All and all this is an Art Piece with all the right parts calling out to Americans to pay attention to immigration with all the ways it is affect our whole human heart.