New York Centennial: Queens & The Bronx
Historian Kenneth T. Jackson comments on the appeal New York has always held for immigrants, Jimmy Breslin remembers the white, working-class Queens of his youth, and NPR''s Margot Adler reports on the changes the new immigrants have made in Queens. The Bronx, too, has changed radically over the years. Once a synonym for urban blight, the Bronx is nonetheless a place where thousands of people make their homes. Commentator Leon Wynter talks about his experiences as a Bronx native. Copyright 2020 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.