The Melting Pot


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Queens, New York, also known as the Melting Pot of New York, is the most ethnically diverse urban area in the entire world. And thanks to its residents, Queens has become a borough filled with highly sought after international dining destinations enjoyed by both visitors and locals. The food not only serves as a bridge to help people from different backgrounds find common ground, but it also bridges gaps in political movements.

In the first half of the show Cristina is joined by Mohamed Attia to discuss The Street Vendor Project and then we’ll talk to Queens native Tiffany Caban about why she’s running for City Council there. We’ll also hear from callers about why they think Queens is such a unique corner of the world.

Executive Producers: Cristina Gonzalez, Jackie Garofano, Adell Coleman

Senior Producer: Ryan Woodhall

DCP Entertainment

16 episodes