The Million

Where Foreign-Born Houstonians Find Sights, Sounds And Tastes Of Native Lands

A team of Chronicle reporters fans out to spots all over the metro area – places where foreign-born Houstonians go to find a connection to their homeland

In Harris County, more than one million residents – that's one in four people — were born in a foreign country. Today, Houston Public Media presents another installment in our year-long series called "The Million" with our partners at the Houston Chronicle. It explores how diversity shapes our region.

Earlier this year, Houston Public Media's Laura Isensee took us to a cafeteria at Lee High School in southwest Houston, where 10 girls eating at one table represented nine different countries.

A team of Houston Chronicle reporters went to spots all over the metro area – places where foreign-born Houstonians go to find a connection to their homeland.

 

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