Queens, New York has undergone a vast cultural change in the last few decades, becoming one of the most ethic diverse communities in the country. Noah Adams takes a tour of Queens with Professor Roger Sanjek, a professor at Queens College, who has written a book on the impact of immigrants in this New York borough. We hear from students Marvin Smart, of Trinidad and Tobago, and April Kabahar of the Philippines, also Tariq Hamid, owner of Shaheen's, a Pakistani restaurant.



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