Mosaic is a podcast about immigration and identity, with a focus on the true, personal, and often unbelievable stories of immigrants and migrants living in New England.

Featured Episodes

EP.1 // SEASON 1

Omar Bah Flees Gambia

Gambian journalist Omar Bah flees his country.

EP.1 // SEASON 2

Balancing Act

The coronavirus pandemic has been especially difficult for undocumented immigrants, like Mikayla’s parents. As a student at Brown University, Mikayla has spent the majority of 2020 trying to forge her own path through the Ivy League and a changing world all while dealing with the stress of her family back home.

EP.19 // SEASON 1

Triple Decker Menace

You walk by them, maybe you live in one. But do you know the triple-decker home was once a symbol of anti-immigrant sentiment in New England?


Mosaic is committed to writing, exploring, and learning from stories through the lens of racial equality.

Meet Your Host

Ana González is the host and producer of Mosaic. She’s proudly Puerto Rican and Irish, and loves dogs, people, and plants (in that order).

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More From Mosaic

The End of Abuse

Gloria Greenfield helps undocumented victims of domestic abuse break free from their abusers and get legal status, all without being a lawyer.


The Power of Radio

Tony Mendez co-founded Rhode Island’s first 24/7 Spanish-language radio station, Poder 1110, in 1995. He talks with host Ana González about how radio has empowered the latinx community in Rhode Island to become civically engaged.



Intergenerational conversations within immigrant families are complicated by differences in language, experience, and the trauma of immigration. Ana sits down with playwright Jenny Sánchez to see how she worked through her own family’s immigration story with her virtual, Spanish-language play, Abue!


Underrepresented in Medicine

Gisel Bello is a 4th-year medical student and the host of You Are Med, a podcast that unpacks what it means to be underrepresented in medicine.


Palestinian Diaspora, Identity, and Hope

Professor Beshara Doumani gives new context to the relationship between Israel and Palestine and speaks about what it means to be Palestinian in a world that denies your very existence.


Therapy In Two Worlds

A conversation with therapist Sandra Victorino LMHC about her life and the complexities and benefits of treating mental health from a bicultural perspective.


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