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'Crossing the Blvd': Immigrant Tales in Queens

The New York City borough of Queens is said to be the most ethnically diverse corner of America, and it is packed with stories untold --until now. NPR's Tony Cox talks to Judith Sloan, author of Crossing the Blvd: Strangers, Neighbors, Aliens in a New America, and Bovic Antosi, an African immigrant profiled in the book.

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